I'm having a hard time describing what I did on a day to others in a chronological order.
10:00 AM - I woke up
11:00 AM - I left home and headed for a coffee shop to study English.
11:10 AM - I was waiting for the bus to come to the station for about an hour.
12:10 PM - I arrived at a coffee shop and started to study.
This is what I've done.
I woke up at 10:00 AM, and then 1 hour later, I left home and headed for a coffee shop to study English.
10 minutes after I left home, I arrived at the bus stop and was waiting for the bus.
I had been waiting for about an hour until the bus arrived and I got on the bus.
One hour after I started to wait, I finally got on the bus
I had been on the bus for less than an hour until I got off the bus.
I arrived at the coffee shop and started to study.
Q. I'd like to know how to connect the accidents by using conjunction naturally, in a chronological order.
All I know about this is
(time period) after (accident), the next accident.
(previous accident), and then (time period) later, (the next accident)
(previous accident with duration) until (the next accident).
Other than these, I'd like to know more about how to describe a series of accidents in a chronological order.