A Trip to Cherokee

The writer found it hard to choose a destination for his vacations. His desire to spend vacations in peaceful place came to be true when he set for an Oklahoma’s county of Cherokee following the suggestion of John. They visited the 18th-century town named Qualla Boundary. It was rich in tribal inheritance of the locality. They visited souvenir shop carrying several articles and met the English-speaking shopkeeper. Previously a wood-cutter, the shopkeeper told the writer how busy he remained during the tour-season which is when off, leads people to find other means of livelihood. One of them is Bingo Weekend which brings people to play and win money in a big hall. The writer pledges to visit another place after enjoying Museum of Qualla Boundry as his trip’s last stop.