Describe a tourist attraction that you have visited – IELTS Cue Card
Describe a tourist attraction that you have visited
You should say:
- where it was
- when you went there
- who were with you
- what you saw and did there as a tourist
After my post-graduation, I went to Tenerife, Canary Islands. It is a combination of many small islands together. It was a peaceful setting to unwind and have some memorable moments. Moreover, it was a long-awaited vacation.
We had intended to travel when I graduated from high school, but the trip was continually postponed for one reason or another. However, on the last day of my post-graduation, my parents asked me how I wished to celebrate it. So, I told them to arrange for the trip that we were planning for so long. Surprisingly, my parents consented right away, and within a week, my father booked the tickets, applied for leave and planned everything. Finally, after two months, we got our visas and finally left for the destination.
The island is unique in many ways. My father booked a resort which was near to the mountains and beach. Infact, from the balcony, on the left side, we could see the mountains and on the right side the ocean. It was a perfect way for us to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. I will never forget the days that we spent on the island. After dinner, we used to go to the beach and have a wonderful time strolling on the beach for hours and hours under the moonlight. Besides that, I will always cherish the days spent on this island. I watched such beautiful sunsets and even went on small trekking trips on the mountain.
- Hustle and bustle (phrase) – a busy activity usually in noisy surroundings.
Eg: Cathay got used to the hustle and bustle of daily life.
- Strolling (verb) – walk in a leisurely manner.
Eg: Umesh strolled around the city yesterday.
- Intended (adj) – planned or meant.
Eg: The rules are intended to prevent confusion.
- Consented (verb) – agree to do something.
Eg: Riya’s mother finally consented to let her go to Goa.
- Unwind (verb) – relax after a period of work or tension.
Eg: Hardrock Resort is a great place to unwind.
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