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A Memorable Day in My Life [100, 120, 150, 200-250 Words]

A Memorable Day in My Life: W all have at least one memorable day in our life. In this article, you are going to learn how to write a paragraph or an essay on ‘a most memorable day in my life’. Here you’ll get to read 4 paragraphs on this topic (100, 120, 150, 200-250 Words). These paragraphs will be helpful for the students from class 1 to class 12. So, let’s begin.

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A Memorable Day in My Life: 100 Words

During the summer vacation, I visited Mussoorie with my parents. I had never been to Mussoorie before. So it was a new experience for me. Everywhere there was a great hustle and bustle. The weather was very pleasant. Mussoorie is Rightly called the ‘Queen of Hills’. It transports one into a heaven of joy.

My parents took me to Lal Tibba, the highest point in Mussoorie. Lal Tibba provides a mesmerizing view of Himalayan mountain peaks. I was mesmerized to see beautiful scenery and high mountains. We also visited Happy Valley, Kempty Falls and Mussoorie lake. Visiting Mussoorie was the most memorable incident in my life.

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Memorable Day of My Life: 120 Words

Last month, our school arranged a trip to the Taj Mahal, Agra. The beauty of the Taj Mahal seemed to have no parallel.  It is made of white marble on the bank of the river Yamuna. The garden in front of it has tall cypress trees, colourful flowers, and rows of mountains. Many precious gems and stones are seen set on the tomb.

I found in the Taj Mahal the artistic and cultural heritage of India. Every stone of this building tells the story of the true love of Shah Jahan and Mumtaz. The white marble structure unrolled before me a new world of beauty. It is, indeed, matchless in beauty and grandeur. That’s why it is considered one of the seven wonders of the world. I was greatly charmed by its beauty. I felt breathless for a white. It was undoubtedly the most memorable day of my life.

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Most Memorable Day of My Life: 150 Words

A memorable incident is an incident which leaves an everlasting impression on our minds. The most memorable incident of my life is when I got an opportunity to exhibit my talent on stage in front of a huge audience. I always dreamt of becoming a singer. As a kid, I used my toothbrush as the mike and treated my dolls as my audience.

I was enrolled in a vocal training course in an eminent singer’s singing class and from there, based on my performance I was selected to display my skills at the Zee Sa Re Ga Ma Pa. Initially, I was a bit nervous, but got over it soon when I heard the tune. My performance was well received and the audience acclaimed me with their applauds and kept yelling “once more”. The incident made me feel on top of the world.

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Memorable Day of My Life Essay: 200-250 Words

A moment which is sweet lasts long in our memory. I distinctly remember the day. My H. S. examination was over and I was having a relaxed time. One day, after spending the afternoon with my friends, I returned home.

My parents were waiting for me. Sister also came running. She was carrying a big envelope in her hand. They all seemed to be very excited and their faces bore reflections of animated joy. My sister shouted that there was a good news for me in the envelope and she would not tell unless she got a heavy bakshis.

After much cajoling, I could get the letter. Lo and behold! It was the admission letter from the I.I.T, Kharagpur. My joy then knew no bounds, I did quite well in the joint entrance examination. But to get selected finally in the highly competitive all-India test was something none could be sure of. In fact, I was a little tense to know the result.

Parents blessed me for my success. Neighbours also came. They all congratulated me again and again. I was lost in golden dreams. At last, I was going to join an institution of international fame! It was the happiest and most memorable day in my life because my future career got a definite direction that day. But that happy day taught me a lesson, too. I made up my mind to work hard in order to be successful in my career.

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My last holiday

My last holiday

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My last holiday was a five-day trip to Prague in the Czech Republic. I know Prague well because I lived there when I was at university, more than ten years ago.

Instead of staying in a hotel, I stayed with one of my old friends. It was so much fun, and a little bit like my old life. I wanted to do all the same things I did in my university days, so I visited the university. It has changed a lot and looks more modern. I also went to the supermarket near my old house. I loved seeing all the different foods. I was really happy to find my favourite cheese and chocolate biscuits but they were a bit more expensive than I remember!

We did some touristy things too. We walked up beautiful Petrin Hill and around the castle. The views of the city are amazing up there. We walked across the historic Charles Bridge. My friend's flat is very near the TV Tower so we saw the famous baby statues climbing up it. Those things haven't changed, of course.

1. Try to make your writing interesting for the reader. To do this, you can make it personal with your own memories and experiences.

2. Use adjectives to add detail to your descriptions.

3. Write clear and simple sentences and organise your ideas in short paragraphs. Give each paragraph a different topic.

4. Use so, but, and, because and other linking words.

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I want you to know that I am very happy and enjoying my vacation quite a bit. The destination on this vacation has been the Colombian Caribbean coast, We arrived two days ago, this is a very nice experience. Yesterday I discovered the window to the world that is located in Barranquilla, as well as the boardwalk, they are very warm places but above all very visited, as the afternoon fell I went to visit some of my husband's brothers. Tomorrow we will get up very early to travel a few kilometers and be able to visit Cabo de la Vela, in La Guajira, we will leave at 6 am, because we must be in Uribia Guajira at 3 pm, there the tour guide will be waiting for us, who will be the one in charge of directing this adventure. I also had the opportunity to visit Cartagena de Indias and its beautiful beaches, I really liked getting to know the beach, the sea and the people who live there, But what I liked most was being able to visit Cabo de la Vela and learn a little about the reality of the Wayuu culture, being able to enjoy the beautiful landscapes and sunsets that this beautiful place offers.

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My last was holiday three-week trip to Fez in Morocco. Fez it’s my hometown so I know it well because I lived there for 26 years. I went to visit my family there and I stayed at home, every day I was invited by my sisters and brothers, they made me delicious dishes and we had a good time together. I’ve been seeing my friends every day in the café, we’ve been seeing football matches and we’ve been talking about different topics. In this holiday I made many things important for me, I had driving courses to be confident when I’m going to buy a car, in the same time I had English courses.  

My last holiday was a three-day trip to Thua Thien Hue in Vietnam. I always want to go there, so in the summer of last year, I decided to take a trip to Hue with my family.

We booked a small hostel near Hue Walking Road. We stayed in a twin room, which was clean and had full amenities. The owner was very friendly; he showed us good restaurants, attractions, and how to deal with sellers in the market. We tried local foods such as Bun Bo Hue, Banh Xeo, Banh Bot Loc, etc. The food in Hue is cheap and amazing; I thought that I could eat it all day!

We did some touristy things too. We visited Hue Capital and had a chance to learn more about Vietnam's history. The architecture is very majestic and beautiful. We also went to Thien Mu Pagoda. It is one of the most sacred temples in Vietnam, so we prayed for health and happiness and wished everyone good luck. In the evening, we walked across the historic Trang Tien Bridge. It was so beautiful at night; there were a lot of people walking there. 

It was three amazing days. I felt so relaxed and hope to visit more places in Vietnam.

My last holiday was a two-day trip to Baguio in the Philippines. I had lived there before for five months. So I decided to go back for just a visit on my holiday. Unfortunately, there was heavily raining as we got off the bus. Otherwise, getting a taxi was super hard, and we were waiting for around an hour. Fortunately, I got home safely and I made so much fun with my friends. I visited the old places that I often did because it made me happy and refresh. In conclusion, I had so much fun spending my last holiday in Baguio.

I remember last year when I went with friend to the beach in summer. My Lastsummer holidays was 2days and 3 nights trip to Ngwe Saung Beach in Myanamr . Ngwe Saung, is a beach resort located 48 km west of Pathein, Ayeyarwady Region, Myanmar. In 2014, the town of Ngwesaung had 10,732 people.The beach is 5hours drive with no traffic away from the principal city of Yangon. Ngwe Saung is well know for An unspoilt 15 kilometres stretch of silvery sand and modern amenities have made Ngwe Saung a popular destination for less budget conscious tourists from Lower Myanmar. I booked for our stay at a hotel near the beach, name was "Grand Paradise Hotel ". My friend and i prepared everything we needed on our trip as light food and soft drinks to have on the way to the hotel. And also we prepared necessary clothing for the sea, sun cream and some essential medicines. After 5hours of driving we arrived the hotel at 12PM afternoon and went to our rooms to rest change clothes and take all what we need to go to the beach. This Hotel is near the beach,all services was good and room are cleaned, wide and nice. We put our bags on the table and went to swim in the sea and then went out for lunch that my friend ordered from a fish restaurant . The Crab ,Lobster and fish was fresh and tasty and we enjoyed our meal very much. After lunch we sat under the canopy enjoying the sea view, refreshing breaths ,listening to music and playing fun games. OH really nice Ngwe Saung beach Myanamr.

My last holiday was far away in time in different reasons. We were at black sea coast on September so there where not so much other people. We was drinking a wine that was cheap there and going some excursions

My last holiday. Last summer, in particular on the last weekend of June, I decided to visit Granada, an amazing city in Spain. I visited Granada for the second time with my family, my wife, and two daughters. I was so happy because I visited Granada sights, especially Alhambra Palace, and Civilization Museum. We arrived at the hotel by bus at 11 a.m. The hotel was wonderful and clean, and the food they offer was delicious. My family really liked the traditional typical dishes of Granada, in particular the dish named Baella. During the holiday, I met some of my Spanish colleagues and they invited us to visit their house which is located in a nice village in the city suburb. Really, I liked this place for the large landscape, calmness, and the kind people who live in. On the fifth day of our holiday, we walked around the city and saw the old city which has been built above the mountain. So, you can see the whole city from above it. Despite the enjoyment that we have got, the negative thing about that holiday was that we spent so much money and also many friends need to buy some things from there, so I bought some souvenirs and I hope that I can keep one for myself to remind of that divine place. By and large, this holiday was great and unforgettable thanks to my Spanish friend, Gaspar, who provided me with a Guidebook which makes my trip easy and coy.

My last holiday was four days on São Miguel dos Milagres with my family. We stay on the beach house of my grandpa. There is a pool, and four rooms in that. There we go to the beach, to some interesting restaurants, to a beach clube and to an ice cream shop. I love that travel and i'd love go back to São Miguel dos Milagres.

On the first weekend in March, we took an amazing trip to Barcelona. We went by train from Atocha station and the journey lasted two and a half hours.

When we arrived at the historic Barcelona Sants station, we took the metro to Plaza de Tetuan, which is where we had the apartment. We left our baggage and went to visit the city centre, Las Ramblas, Plaza Catalunya, La Boqueria Market, Paseo de Gracia, etc. On Sunday, we saw the beautiful Sagrada Familia which is my favourite landmark. Later, we went to the incredible Nou Camp stadium to see the Barça game against Valencia. After the game we visited the official store and did some shopping but everything was very expensive. On Monday, before returning to Madrid we went back to the Nou Camp to take a guided tour of the trophy room, changing rooms, benches, and the VIP box.

At the end, we went to the apartment to take the suitcases and so, we took the metro to the Sants station where we boarded the high speed train back to Madrid.

I go to Thailand for a camping holiday, It was fun I go caving on the first day, I see many bets are sleeping on top of the cave.(no time to finish)

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Editor’s Note: We know that many of you are looking for help writing travel experience essays for school or simply writing about a trip for your friends or family. To inspire you and help you write your next trip essay—whether it’s an essay about a trip with family or simply a way to remember your best trip ever (so far)—we enlisted the help of Professor Kathleen Boardman, whose decades of teaching have helped many college students learn the fine art of autobiography and life writing. Here’s advice on how to turn a simple “my best trip” essay into a story that will inspire others to explore the world.

Welcome home! Now that you’re back from your trip, you’d like to share it with others in a travel essay. You’re a good writer and a good editor of your work, but you’ve never tried travel writing before. As your potential reader, I have some advice and some requests for you as you write your travel experience essay.

Trip Essays: What to Avoid

Please don’t tell me everything about your trip. I don’t want to know your travel schedule or the names of all the castles or restaurants you visited. I don’t care about the plane trip that got you there (unless, of course, that trip is the story).

I have a friend who, when I return from a trip, never asks me, “How was your trip?” She knows that I would give her a long, rambling answer: “… and then … and then … and then.” So instead, she says, “Tell me about one thing that really stood out for you.” That’s what I’d like you to do in this travel essay you’re writing.

The Power of Compelling Scenes

One or two “snapshots” are enough—but make them great. Many good writers jump right into the middle of their account with a vivid written “snapshot” of an important scene. Then, having aroused their readers’ interest or curiosity, they fill in the story or background. I think this technique works great for travel writing; at least, I would rather enjoy a vivid snapshot than read through a day-to-day summary of somebody’s travel journal.

Write About a Trip Using Vivid Descriptions

Take your time. Tell a story. So what if you saw things that were “incredible,” did things that were “amazing,” observed actions that you thought “weird”? These words don’t mean anything to me unless you show me, in a story or a vivid description, the experience that made you want to use those adjectives.

I’d like to see the place, the people, or the journey through your eyes, not someone else’s. Please don’t rewrite someone else’s account of visiting the place. Please don’t try to imitate a travel guide or travelogue or someone’s blog or Facebook entry. You are not writing a real travel essay unless you are describing, as clearly and honestly as possible, yourself in the place you visited. What did you see, hear, taste, say? Don’t worry if your “take” on your experience doesn’t match what everyone else says about it. (I’ve already read what THEY have to say.)

The Importance of Self-Editing Your Trip Essay

Don’t give me your first draft to read. Instead, set it aside and then reread it. Reread it again. Where might I need more explanation? What parts of your account are likely to confuse me? (After all, I wasn’t there.) Where might you be wasting my time by repeating or rambling on about something you’ve already told me?

Make me feel, make me laugh, help me learn something. But don’t overdo it: Please don’t preach to me about broadening my horizons or understanding other cultures. Instead, let me in on your feelings, your change of heart and mind, even your fear and uncertainty, as you confronted something you’d never experienced before. If you can, surprise me with something I didn’t know or couldn’t have suspected.

You Can Do It: Turning Your Trip into a Great Travel Experience Essay

I hope you will take yourself seriously as a traveler and as a writer. Through what—and how—you write about just a small portion of your travel experience, show me that you are an interesting, thoughtful, observant person. I will come back to you, begging for more of your travel essays.

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Travelers who love to record their adventures and experiences ask me how to write a travel journal or memoir.  The best travel journals are the ones that transport you to the location and help you feel what the author felt.

I’ve asked expert travel memoir writer and teacher, Ann Hamer, how to write a travel journal . Here is a step-by-step instruction that is both easy to follow and fun!

The Little Red Journal

When I was 19 years old, I traveled to Europe for the first time. For the first two weeks, I was with my mother, and then after she returned to the US, I traveled on by myself for another three weeks. I had dropped out of college and worked as a bank teller to earn money for the trip, and on my last day, my co-workers gave me a small red personalized travel journal. It accompanied me on that first European trip, and I still have it over 40 years later.

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On that first trip, I planned to see all the places I’d read about or seen pictured in text books and magazines. I wanted to see London, Paris, Rome, and Vienna. I wanted to see Switzerland, because my mother was named Lucerne in memory of her father’s visit to that beautiful city years before she was born. I planned visits to Pompeii, Germany, and the Netherlands, before returning to London and flying home.

My journal of that trip is written in a way no one should ever write a travel memoir. Every individual memory, except that of an old man who exposed himself to me on a train in Germany, blends together into tedious lists of cities, museums, cathedrals, and hotels.

When I re-read my travel journal, I get absolutely no sense of what it was like to be the teenage me on my first trip outside of the United States. It’s a dreary slide show of interminable written snapshots. Only my most loving reader would wade through it; everyone else would be sneaking peeks at the clock, wondering when it would all end.

A bridge in Lucerne, Switzerland

The Best Travel Journal 

The best travel journal is not an endless list of facts and statistics.

When you write your memoir, you share the stories that stand out in your mind and tell your readers who you truly are. These are the precious gems of your life that you take out over and over again throughout the years to reexamine and re-polish.

When you write your travel memoir, endless lists of “I saw …” or “I visited …” are the kiss of death, and guarantee that the story you worked so hard to create will go unread.

As you write about your travels, think about the places you’ve seen, and what stood out as a special memory of that place.

When you write about your Egyptian trip, don’t confine yourself to lists of your visits to pyramids, tombs, and mummies. Everyone sees those things. Instead, think about what surprised you when you went into a pyramid for the first time. Did you even know you could go into a pyramid? I didn’t.

Journal writer, Ann Hamer with Egyptian friend on a boat

Were you surprised by the tiny size of the Mona Lisa, the huge size of Pompeii, or the dirt and noise in a place of worship? I was. That’s your story, not a bald statement of the fact that you’ve been to the Louvre, the Vatican, and Italy.

The Best Travel Journals Show–They Don’t Tell 

There’s an old adage in writing: “Show, don’t tell.” Writers hear this all the time, but it’s often difficult to know precisely what it means. At its most basic level, it means that you are effectively communicating your experience so your readers can share your adventure with you. This means engaging all your senses as you write your story. We are bombarded with new sensations when we travel. The things we see are bigger or smaller or bolder or dingier than we expected. Languages and customs are very different from what we’re used to. Smells and tastes are unfamiliar. We can’t read the name of a subway station written in an unfamiliar language, so end up missing our stop. We take a wild stab at a menu and are served a steaming plate of something that looks like flesh-less fingers in Béarnaise sauce.

Even in countries where you speak the language, accents can make communication difficult. Tell the stories of those differences and those surprises. Tell the stories of the people you met while staying at a hostel or standing in line. It’s all part of your adventure. Travel is not like being at home. If you wanted it to be like home, that’s where you would have stayed.

When I teach travel journal writing, I always ask participants what they hope to achieve by writing their memoirs. Writing for your family and friends is very different than writing for a commercial audience. But before you think about writing for others, you must first write for yourself. As you write for yourself, you will discover your authentic writer’s voice. Writing is like any skill, and the more you do it, the better you’ll get at it. To write a travel memoir or travel journal, you must start writing. You can’t edit a blank page, and it does not count as writing if a good idea stays in your head.

Anytime Is Travel Journal Writing Time

Now is the time to look through your old travel journals and photos and write the story of a stand-out memory. This could be a journey you remember because of the people you met or the way you were immersed into a culture to gain new and unexpected knowledge.

If you are having difficulty getting started, take a trip around your neighborhood. Look at the walk you take every day from a new perspective. Hop in your car and take a day trip. Write about the discovery you made in a place you thought you knew very well and believed had nothing more to teach you.

My mother is 95, and we no longer take long trips due to her age. Instead, we go on short local trips. We are both native Californians, and have visited many missions. We thought we knew that part of our state’s history very well, but we were wrong. Here is the story of one of our trips.

A Simple Discovery

Last spring, Mom and I went to Lompoc to see the wildflowers. I don’t think Lompoc is on anyone’s list of a 1,000 places to see before you die, but we had a really nice time. The weather was beautiful, the people friendly, the hotel comfortable, and we found good places to eat and a local non-Starbucks coffee place to play Scrabble. It was all very pleasant.

We also went to La Purísima Concepción Mission. Since we are both native Californians, we’ve seen plenty of missions. Usually all that’s left is the mission church, and perhaps a small part of the grounds with a museum or gift shop, as at San Buenaventura and Santa Barbara. The rest of the mission grounds have usually been absorbed into California’s sprawl or destroyed by earthquake.

California mission walkway with bench

La Purísima is different. There is the obligatory museum and gift shop, but there is also so much more. It’s not just the mission church, but also the lodgings for the friars and their guests, the tannery, kitchen, soldiers’ barracks, weavers’ shop, dorm for Native American girls, pastures with donkeys, sheep and horses, and pens with pigs and turkeys. The California State Park containing the mission and its grounds is over 2,000 acres.

My reading group read Two Years Before the Mast a couple of months before Mom and I went to Lompoc. It is the story of Richard Henry Dana who left Boston in 1834 to work as a common sailor and recover his health, but believe me, this was no Princess Cruise. Dana sailed long before the Panama Canal was built. It was a long trek around Cape Horn and up the western coast of South America before finally reaching Santa Barbara, where they loaded their ship with 40,000 cow hides to take back to Boston.

My reading group was fascinated by the picture Dana painted of life in Santa Barbara so long ago. One of the things that really puzzled us was where all those cow hides came from. There are still areas in that part of California that are quite rural, but 40,000 cow hides requires 40,000 cows, and that’s A LOT of cows. Dana’s ship was just one of many moored off the coast of Santa Barbara, all of them loading thousands upon thousands of cow hides for transport.

La Purísima Mission answered that question for me. I always thought that the missions were jammed with Franciscan friars whose sole purpose was to convert the Native Americans to Christianity. It turns out that of the 900 people living at La Purísima in the 1820s, only two were friars. The rest of the residents supported the ranching business, which included thousands of head of cattle, horses, sheep, and pigs. La Purísima was just one ranching enterprise among many in the area, so I guess we now know where those 40,000 hides came from.

Who knew? I love learning new things and filling in the blanks. I am so glad we went to La Purísima, even though it’s not on anyone’s bucket list, and certainly was not on mine. It’s possible to find happiness and adventure in such seemingly small things.

Capture the Dream

Travel is always special. It’s something we plan for, save for, and dream about. It’s something out of the ordinary and a chance to see places you may get a chance to visit only once in a lifetime. Let your travel memoir reflect the extraordinary nature of your journeys.

Ann Hamer teaches memoir writing and offers one-on-one coaching for aspiring writers. She is author of Writing Your Life: The Ultimate Guide to Telling Your Story , a 2019 Bronze Medal winner in the Living Now Book Awards.

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