365 Writing Prompts: Planes, trains, and automobiles

You’re going on a cross-country trip, airplane, train, bus or car?( or something else entirely-bike? Hot-air balloon?)

I will write about our trip by car from Gander  to  Waterville Maine. We started from Gander in the morning on the trans-Canada highway. It took around ten hours to get to Port-Aux-Basques to catch the ferry. The ferry was due to arrive some time after 9 PM. We went to a local restaurant to have supper. After having our meal we drove to the dock to catch the ferry.

The ferry arrived on time, there was a set place for the cars to park inside the ferry. Since there were a lot of cars we had to wait our turn to get in. After parking the car we went to our cabin, it took about four and a half hours to reach North Sydney in Nova Scotia. It was very dark my husband followed the cars that were in the front.

When the sun rose we could see what was around us, we stopped at the McDonald’s restaurant to have breakfast. After eating we were on our way to Maine, we drove by some small communities until we reached St.Stephen, we spend the night there and early next morning we were on our way to Waterville Maine. When we reached the place after a few hours, we looked for the home of Mrs. Landlady(I’ve forgotten her name) . We did not have much trouble finding her home which my husband rented for two months, the landlady left the keys with her neighbor. My husband got the keys, we entered the house, it was small but a comfortable place.

We invited the landlady for dinner once, she loved our food and we loved her company.After two months we got our stuff packed and travelled back to “Our Home Sweet Home In Gander”!

………………………..:)

 

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8 thoughts on “365 Writing Prompts: Planes, trains, and automobiles

  1. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for sharing with us this travelogue. Reading this contributes in us to an urge to travel :-).

    All good wishes,

    robert

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