PET: Reading and Writing, sample 1, part 3Read the text about a journey to the Arctic on board a ship and answer whether the sentences below are correct or incorrect.
Exploring the Arctic
After setting off from Scotland, we go north along the coast of Norway to Bear island. Along the way you'll see thousands of seabirds and wonderful scenery, with rivers of ice and huge cliffs. You will have the chance to see reindeer, polar bears, and other Arctic animals. Although we have a timetable, experience has shown that we may have to change our direction a little, depending on the weather and on which animals appear.
The Northern Star is a very special ship and our past voyages have been very popular. Our cabins all have the same excellent facilities, which include a private bathroom and refrigerator. Our chefs are happy to prepare any food for people on special diets. Choose just what you want to eat from the wide variety available from the dining room buffet. There is a library, shop, clinic and plenty of space for relaxation. lf you need some exercise, why not go jogging every morning around the decks, or do some swimming in the indoor pool.
Prices include economy class air travel and 16 nights on board the Northern Star, all meals and excursions and all lectures.
Board the Northem Star
We sail slowly north along the coast of Norway, stopping at places of interest.
Tromsø. You need to get up at sunrise to see the whales as we sail towards Tromsø. Visit Tromsø to see the Arctic Museum, the cathedral and the beautiful old wooden houses. In the evening we sail away along the west coast to Bird Island, which is excellent for bird-watching.
Bear Island. We arrive here in the early evening and stay overnight. Bear Island once had an active fishing industry, but today little of this remains. We will explore the island, looking out for Arctic flowers.
Spitsbergen. A place of mountains and rivers of ice, it is home to a large variety of animals.
Leave the ship in Spitsbergen and fly to London from Tromsø.
Now answer whether these statements are CORRECT or INCORRECT: