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'the most exciting experience' - Colgate Supplement: Egypt!


super57 6 / 23  
Dec 28, 2011   #1
When I was young, my fairy tales took me to far of distant travels and journeys of treasure hunts. I enjoyed and allowed my vivid imagination play in its role as I dreamt of such exotic travels. Years passed by and slowly, my age took control of my body and mind. Fairy tales no longer amused me as I stepped into ideality and real life. Though, the thirst for knowledge and travel still burned within me.I have come across many countries names.However, Egypt is that one country,I wish to visit atleast once in my life time.

Egypt has been part of many religious and world's histories that hardly anyone could say he/she doesn't know about her. Weather it is another mystery episode of "Scooby -doo's adventures" or a book full of treasure stories, Egypt has gained its reputation for being one of the most exciting experience of travelling. Over the years, I studied Hieroglyphically Scripts, an ancient language engraved inside the pyramids, and slowly became familiar with Egyptians forms of art.Egypt is no doubt, a living breathing form of art. Pyramid of Giza, one of the wonders of world, is its symbol and an example of its masterpiece. I have been studying and has become acquainted with this country for so long that my wish to travel there at least once in life comes unconsciously and deliberately.There is so much to experience in that land that merely books cannot do justice in defining that feeling.Moreover, a place whose history has been written in form of art is truly a place for me to visit and explore so I can learn more about art forms and its origins.
prd93 2 / 7  
Dec 28, 2011   #2
I like your theme, but isn't the entire essay a bit short in length?
cherrybomb94 20 / 44  
Dec 28, 2011   #3
far of--far off
I enjoyed and allowed--cut out one of these verbs
I enjoyed and allowed my vivid imagination to play in its role as I dreamt of such exotic travels--this sentence is unclear
I stepped into ideality and real life--these two nouns conflict, "ideality" is what we wish reality was, so they can't be used together like this
OP super57 6 / 23  
Dec 28, 2011   #4
thank you so much:)
umm not really as colgate supplement should be only 250 words long. Thank you for the help!
flafi120 1 / 14  
Jan 4, 2012   #5
I loved that you wrote about Egypt

BTW, my greetings from Egypt ... I am here for any help


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