Letter to pen-friend about experience of your summer vacation at village

Imagine, you are Mita/Mahmood of 17/7 Broad lane, Chattogram. You enjoyed your summer vacation in a village at your grandmother’s house.

Now, write a letter to your non-Bangladeshi friend Jane who lives at 35 East avenue Road, Plymouth PLG8 BH, the UK, telling her about your experience.

17/7 Broad lane, Chattogram
3 June 2020

Dear Jane,
How are you? I had your letter week before last. But I couldn’t reply in time as I was away from my home and went to enjoy my summer vacation in the village at my grandmother’s house. However, now I am going to write to you about the experience I had on this visit.

My grandmother’s house is situated on the bank of a river. It is a small village. The climate of the village is quite refreshing and lovely. One of my friends Tutul was with me. We stayed there for about twelve days. We got up early morning and went out for a walk by the riverside. It was really charming and fascinating. The quietness of the morning, the cool breeze from the stream were heavenly. The thing that I had enjoyed most is the scene of sunrise. With every sunrise, I wondered at the beauty of Nature and considered myself fortunate enough to be able to witness something which is rare in town or city life.

I had no experience in fishing in the river before but this time I went fishing and enjoyed it very much. Every evening Tutul and I would go to the river to fish. I had a great fun bath in the river and walk in the mango orchard and in the open air.

I wish you were there with me too. Nevertheless, I enjoy sharing my experience with you also. Waiting to hear from you soon.

Yours ever,
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