Hobo is a North American word used to refer to a migrant worker. A hobo is known to always be on the move, traveling from one town to another. They usually have a short duration of stay anywhere they are found.
A misnomer is the misnaming of a place, a person or a thing and thereby suggesting a wrong meaning.
A taxi is a vehicle that is licensed for transporting passengers from one destination to another in return for payment of a fare. It is sometimes called a taxicab, taxi, or cab.
When something is breathtaking, it means that it is extremely beautiful, astonishing, awesome, astounding, so much that it can knock the breath out of your lungs.
A baggage refers to all the trunks, suitcases, bags and all personal belongings that you take along with you when traveling.
An oasis is an area or spot in the desert that has water in it and is able to support vegetation
An anchor is a heavy metal object attached to a rope or chain that is thrown into the sea to moor a ship or vessel. It is used to hold the ship in place, to make it stable and grounded.
Sailing is a voyage or an excursion made by a ship. A ship can sail from one country to another, or from Island to Island.
Traffic is the movement of vehicles or people along a road or public highway. However, there is another side of traffic.
Waiting is the act of staying in a place until an expected event happens, until someone arrives, until you receive something or until it is your turn to do something.