I made the same request for a peaceful course this morning and settled myself at the back of the canoe, put my straw boater on my head and lent back ready to immerse myself in the poetry of Swift, only to be rudely interrupted by Richmond twittering about rapids.
And never again will I allow myself to be tempted to travel writing a diary entry gcse geography far flung places by the inane ramblings of a mad man.
I have heard him mention eagles, lizards and monkeys. Not soon enough for me! A ship, a yacht, a ferry: Indeed, that is how I have written my greatest poems. Richmond and I are two men so similar in upbringing and education and yet our interests are so different.
Needless to say my suggestions are overlooked. I sincerely hope to find a shop selling the amenities I am so desperately craving.
If Richmond manages to successfully transport us through this tropical nightmare of creepers and critters we will emerge from the wilderness and arrive at a small settlement, the nearest this backwater has to civilization.
Now the heat of the roaring fire has gone and instead the heat of the Borneo sun beats down on my back. Even at night I am awoken from my delightful dreams of stanzas and sonnets by his mumbles about hidden coves and undiscovered whirlpools.
I have no interest in listening to Redmond recite the Latin name of hundredth specimen of tree we have passed that day in our rickety canoe. At least I have this, my journal, and my notebook of poems to escape into when his absurd talk of crocodiles and other jungle creatures becomes too much.
I was aghast when Redmond revealed it to me. Richmond tells me we will be traveling back with the current, so the journey should be faster but smoother. I managed to keep Swift dry, but I was drenched in river water.
At night he spreads out his maps and talks of where we will go next. But a dugout canoe? I debated talking to Richmond about searching for a calmer route, but he was already gazing into the sky again at some large and ungainly bird flying by, so I thought better of it and carried on reading.
I pray that the next few days are a steady meander over calm waters, allowing me peace and time to compose more works for my next anthology. An expression of barely contained glee all over his rugged face, he was like a child at Christmas receiving his first pushbike.
Redmond, whom I have only known for six months, somehow persuaded me to accompany him on one of his harebrained adventures. I am my happiest sitting on my old chesterfield sofa, pen in hand, notebook on my lap.
Standard May 1st Sometimes I wonder what I am doing here; the jungle contrasts so greatly to my normal domain. I dread to think where he will take us next.Diary Writing KS3 (Year 7) 1.
Lesson Objective: To plan writing an diary entry -To choose any scenario to write the diary entry. Example 2: Alex's diary entry. The in-role writing by this candidate, Alex, also forms the means of staging a sequence set in the Salem community.
Success in IGCSE Reading Paper. Follow the example that is given, ‘begin your answer with ’ and include the bullet points • A diary entry • A newspaper report • A letter You need to be aware of the conventions (what to include) in all of these – we don’t know Write the evidence followed by a dictionary definitionof the.
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