Essay on Camping vs Hotels
884 WordsDec 5th, 20114 Pages
Camping in the deep woods versus staying in a hotel
University Composition and Communication one
October 29 2011
Axia College of University of Phoenix
Camping in the deep woods is better than staying in a hotel. Camping in the deep woods means to stay on state land not a campground. Camping in the deep woods has many trees, animals, bugs, and there is not any other people around. While camping there is no bathroom so you will have to find a tree. Compared to hotels, camping in the deep woods is more work, less expensive and more exciting. Camping is hard work but worth the time and effort that is put into camping. Setting up the tents is easy unless you receive a new one and do not know how to set it up right.…show more content…
Hotels have many rooms, some with one bed and some with two beds. If there is a large family more than five than that family will have to get another room which costs twice as much for a second room. Some rooms join for bigger family’s but there is not always space in hotels. Hotels are more expensive than camping in the deep woods. Camping in the deep woods is more exciting and more fun than staying in hotels. Camping has more to look at, more stuff to do, dress how you want and act the how you want. Camping in the deep woods you are looking at trees, animals, the fire, the children playing and watching the sun go from one side to the other. Camping you can go fishing, swimming, play tag, hide and go seek. No one around to tell you what you can and can not do when you are camping. Hotels expect you to be clean and respectful to everyone and to respect the rules. Hotels have a great deal of rules like quiet after a certain hour, no running and no loud noises. Camping is more laid back because there are no rules except for the common sense ones like clean your messes and make sure the fire is out before you leave. Hotels could have bugs, but it depends on the rating of the hotel. Camping is full of bugs and animals. If you did not have food you could hunt it and cook it over the fire. When staying in hotels you should dress appropriately and showered. While camping there is no shower and
The Holocaust was a tragic even to occur during WWI. Millions of innocent lives were taking only because they were of a different religion. Hitler was the dictator of Germany back in WWI and he thought of a “’perfect race.” This race did not include the Jewish population so he decided to get rid of them. Aside from the Holocaust the Rwandan Genocide was a genocidal mass slaughter that took place in 1994 in the East African state of Rwanda. The genocide was mainly an ethnic competition between the Tutsi and the Hutu. Night and Hotel Rwanda are similar in many different ways.
The first similarity that was in the movie and the book is that there were mass killings. Not only did the Hutu people kill the Tutsi people but also the Nazis’ killed the Jews’. In the Holocaust, there were 5.59-5.86 million and in the Rwanda Genocide there were 500,000 and 1,000,000, which could be as high as 20% of their population. In the book Night, there was a part that showed the mass killings that the Nazis’ committed, they shoved all of the people in death camps, made them dig their own graves, killed them and they buried them in the graves they have just dug. In Hotel Rwanda they lined them up and killed them.
Another similarity that they share is the torturing and the heartlessness that they have. Even when the children were begging for mercy, they were still killed. They showed no remorse in what they did. In Night, the little girls were sent straight into the gas chambers and were killed. Even if you were unable to work at the camps you were killed. The children in Hotel Rwanda were killed if they were Tutsi, killing off the next generation.