One of the unforgettable days of my life was when my uncle took me sailing on the lake which was close to his house. He had been traveling all around the world for a very long time, and when he returned to the states, it was a chance for us to bond again.
It was meant to be my getaway weekend in New Zealand, a mixture of business and pleasure but more pleasure than business.
It is a wonderful idea to learn a lot of things. This is because you can never tell when what you have learned will be useful and sometimes what you have learned could just save your life whenever you find yourself in danger. I learned this lesson the hard way when I almost died on the river.
Have you ever sailed a boat on the ocean? I have, and I regretted it. I have heard of people who sailed on the oceans and regaled me with the stories of how much they had. As for me, I almost died so I wouldn’t call it enjoyable.
I was ten years old, and along with my family, we lived in a small hut by the shore. We used to surf and boat and enjoyed life. One day, my father borrowed a couple of jet skis that we tied to our motorboat and took to the sea. I was sailing the boat with my mother and father skiing behind me having the times of their lives when suddenly, I saw a shark in the distance.
I don’t go sailing often, but when I do, it always turns into such a lovely adventure. I remember one summer when my family had just gotten a new sailboat and had tried so many times to take it out for its maiden voyage, but something always came up.
Andy had been trying to convince me to go with him to Marcus birthday which will be happening in a few days’ time, on his dad’s yacht. Marcus was a humble guy, and sure I could go with Andy, but the party was going to be filled with our classmates; amongst whom I feel invincible. It’s like no one notices me, at the same time everyone despises me.
For me, the best way to get some good time is to travel and make fun moments. My life has a great link to traveling also. Let’s find out what I was up to from childhood and what I am doing right now. I am going to share my life experience in a few pages.
I have to tell you about my sailing adventure. The year I started studying Modern Languages in college, worried about never achieving financial stability, I never imagined that I would celebrate my graduation sailing the seas. It was a crazy thought. All my classmates were hoping to maybe get a tiny apartment and a job at a library; that was the dream. But I was part of a fortunate group of people. No, I didn’t suddenly become a millionaire. But after a few years of friendship, I along with two other friends discovered that one of our friends, the shy girl that struggled through all her classes but graduated with actually impressive grades, she was the granddaughter of a wealthy man. He was a millionaire, if not already a billionaire, I think. But he was nice, an amiable, stereotypical old man.