A friend of yours is thinking of going on a camping holiday for the first time this summer. Write a letter to your friend. In your letter,  -Explain why you think he/she would enjoy a camping holiday -Describe some possible disadvantages -Say whether you would like to go camping with him/her.

Dear John, How are you? Hope you are enjoying your favourite season of the year. I just got your letter that you
finally
decided to go on a camping holiday
this
summer. You must be excited and eagerly waiting for
this
trip. Anyways, If you need my advice, I would recommend you to visit Woodbine Island. Unlike others,
this
place is not crowded during summer and you will
also
find a better place to set up a tent. I am confident that you will enjoy breathtaking mountains and water activities near the beach.
Also
, I wanted to warn you about a few things. As
this
place is near to the national park, there are I would love to join you on the tour, but unfortunately, I am travelling out of the country for nearly 2 months. We will definitely plan something for
next
year. All the best for your trip! Best regards. Ishant Kesar
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Use cohesive linking words accurately and appropriately

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  • moreover
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