Elisa
- Write about travel books - When travel is not even possible, books allow you to get far. From the comfort of sitting at home, you might imagine the characters and the locations described in the books, and with the proper story, our imagination is a powerful tool that helps us to overcome the boundaries. This list of books for travelers contains a huge variety of genres and themes. So whether you want epic adventures, descriptive guides, or contemporary realism, you will find a book to suit! - Eat, pray, love (Elizabeth Gilbert) There are too many things one can learn from “Eat, Pray, Love”. It is all about following your dream and about taking the risk of following your instinct, which is so difficult to do and there are very few people in this world who actually do. In this book, Elizabeth Gilbert describes how the main character follows his heart, stepping outside the comfort zone. The author talks about a stage in our journey towards realizing our dreams both literally and figuratively and how the main character overcomes his fear of letting go of what was so familiar and comfortable. It is a heart-warming, inspirational tale told by a formidable yet ordinary human being. It is firstly a voyage on the literal road. It is also a voyage of self-discovery. But this book can spirit you and that’s the magic of this writer. I instantly connected to her writing style, her storytelling, her character. The story weaves between settings, the past, and the present. I laughed and cried and fell in love and never wanted this book to end. So beautifully written, I am at a loss for words to convey how much I loved this book and how sad I was to finish it. - 1,000 Places to See Before You Die (Patricia Schultz) If you love descriptive guides, you will be pleased with this wonderful oversized book filled with pictures. The book is divided into several sections, each section contains maps and pictures and covers Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.
Feb 26, 2021 5:45 PM
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When travel is not even possible, books allow you to travel to far away places . From the comfort of sitting at home, you might imagine the characters and the locations described in the books, and with the proper story, our imagination is a powerful tool that helps us to overcome boundaries. This list of books for travelers contains a huge variety of genres and themes. So whether you want epic adventures, descriptive guides, or contemporary realism, you will find a book to suit you! - Eat, pray, love (Elizabeth Gilbert) There are so many things one can learn from “Eat, Pray, Love”. It is all about following your dreams and about taking the risk of following your instincts, which is so difficult to do and there are very few people in this world who actually do it. In this book, Elizabeth Gilbert describes how the main character follows her heart, stepping outside her comfort zone. The author talks about a stage in our journey towards realizing our dreams both literally and figuratively and how the main character overcomes her fear of letting go of what was so familiar and comfortable. It is a heart-warming, inspirational tale told by a formidable yet ordinary human being. It is firstly a voyage on the literal road. It is also a voyage of self-discovery. But this book can inspire you and that’s the magic of this writer. I instantly connected to her writing style, her storytelling, her character. The story weaves between settings, the past, and the present. I laughed and cried and fell in love and never wanted this book to end. So beautifully written, I am at a loss for words to convey how much I loved this book and how sad I was to finish it. - 1,000 Places to See Before You Die (Patricia Schultz) If you love descriptive guides, you will be pleased with this wonderful oversized book filled with pictures. The book is divided into several sections. Each section contains maps and pictures and covers Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.
Fantastic job! Your English is very advanced! You use lots of advanced phrasing and vocabulary and are able to express complex sentiments. Nice job!
February 26, 2021
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