One place I would like to go is Hawaii because I would love to visit the beautiful blue pristine oceans, go sight seeing, and go on a hawaiian cruise. Stick around to see why i chose this magnificent place.
The exhilaration of a terrifyingly glorious leap sends ardent shrills down my spine. As I fly through the thick canopy of leafy chlorophyll-filled greens, I reach out to the sky and the sun smiles back at me. Inhaling the fresh raw air, the earthy petrichor floods my nostrils with an indescribably sprightly scent; I thank the prolific trees for such a crisp, oxygen abundant delight.
Traveling somewhere new and gaining new experiences is exceedingly beneficial. Challenging yourself, expanding your perspective, and learning about new cultures are just some of the benefits. If I could travel anywhere in the world where would I go? Somewhere like the beach or the mountains?
The struggle of getting up at 3 am was unbearable after the events which had taken place last night. I had no energy what so ever, yet I knew the events about to occur were to be bewildering. Our tour guide sat us all down and explained to us what would happen and all of the risks and procedures. Excitement was running through my veins. We all hopped into a spacious coach which would be taking us on a 6 hour journey to the beach of Cancun. Although the air in the coach was extremely heavy, I managed to catch up on a few hours of sleep. Before I knew it, we had arrived. Cancun beach, the extravagancy of the view I had been looking at was unbearably beautiful. Nothing could beat it. The sun had started to rise. The few rare clouds in the sky
During my search for a project in which the World Bank , or the IMF, created and then led it being more problematic than resolving, I found many that were positive in a sense. . but have noticed a constant lack of responsibility when it came to concerns of natural habitats and historical landmarks.
My two brothers nagged and complained constantly that “it’s too hot to do anything”. consequently, My family and I were off to find water. Two and a half miles of complacent landscape and flat concrete roads later, My family and I had arrived at Krause Springs, a popular spot for young families and middle aged men lying on pool floats. Entering the spring, I gendered in amazement at the sharp cliffs jetting off the ground and Into the sky. I had done nothing that whole day, but laugh, play, and eat chips until my older brother invited me up a narrow rocky path. “Where are we going” I asked excitedly. “Just wait, you’ll see” he responded ominously, speeding up his pace. When my brother and i enter a clearing in the path my mind pondered on what we would be doing, until I found that
The Joshua tree has two ways of obtaining and saving water through its root systems, it has a shallow system that runs just beneath the ground and it has a deeper system that goes about 30 feet under the earth and is larger in
It all started when I decided to go to the rainforest to explore new animal species. My helicopter had a random malfunction and fell into into the middle of nowhere, leaving me stranded in the middle of the rainforest. My only supplies that I could find was a single flare shot, emergency food rations and some rope. My first concern is finding water. I grabbed my supplies and started heading down a trail of mud and flattened grass. After about an hour of walking the sun started to set. I noticed a large tree that had huge wide leafs. I could use these leaves and sticks to form a temporary place to sleep. I started to gather up sticks to shape sort of a tipi. Then I laid the large leaves on the top and sides, and put one inside the fort to lay
Have you ever thought about what the Tropical Rainforest is? Where the rainforest is located, the animals, climate, dangers or threats to the forest? Some people think that the rainforest is just some other forest, but their wrong! The rainforest is the most important forest in the U.S. You should go check it out!
If I had a ticket to go anywhere in the world I would go to Hawaii and take my family to have a memorable time there and experience new things. My parents have dreamt of going to Hawaii one day to just see how it really is to see people dancing, and see crystal clear aqua blue beaches.
As the sun rose over the horizon it awoke the jungle slowly and efficiently. Soon I could hear the morning birds chirp with all their heart and that triggered joy and excitement in my soul. A morning breeze toured the jungle making the flowers and leaves tango with rhythm and finesse as though they were experts. The lush evergreen trees stood so firm as if the roots were clinging for their very life, in the distance there was a Crystal River and a waterfall as its source. I could hear the rampaging rapids after the dip of the waterfall which slowly converted into a swift river forcefully turning at every bank.
The Amazon rainforest, the most extensive of existing natural forests in the world, occupies an area of approximately 5.5 x 106 km2, and the Brazilian side covers 3.85 x 106 km2, representing 45% of the country. A major source of warming of the atmosphere, except for a narrow range over the oceans extending parallel to the equator are the equatorial portions of the continents, which mostly are still covered by natural forests, including the Amazon.
My parents and I happily trudged out of our chilled condo room, weighed down by various beach supplies. We made our way to the elevator, slowly but surely exiting the maze we call our condo hallways. As we glided down, floor after floor, we finally reached the parking garage. We stepped out of the elevator feeling a mix of humidity and heat immediately cling to our tan bodies. We exited the garage to find a beautiful scene. Birds were flying overhead as there were sun rays beating down against white, hot sand. We crossed the bridge that held shoes and scattered shells. After we did so, we pressed our feet against the white sand that belonged to Destin, Florida. The sight was even more alluring than I had ever imagined.
Rainforests help stabilize the world's climate by absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is believed to contribute to climate change through global warming. Therefore rainforests have an important in addressing global warming.
The Human Impact on Rainforests Human Impact on Rainforest is it a necessity? Rainforest are the beautiful gift of Mother Nature. It consists of the most magnificent species and plants in the world. 4.2% of the world’s animals live in the rainforest. This statistic it self shows how bad it would be to destroy such essential part of the worlds biodiversity.