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Australia is my favorite place

by Tatsuhiko H.
(Tokyo, Japan)

I have been to Australia on my junior high school trip. I went to Cairns which belongs to the State of Queensland. I and my friends spent a great time there.

In particular, I was reminded of the Kuranda Scenic Railway. It is the most famous railway in the world and we can see very beautiful scenery from the train window.

Moreover, Cairns has a lot of nature, so we can see other beautiful scenery. For example, a green island which has a white beach and clear blue sea. I did snorkeling and saw a few fishes in the sea.

From these things, Australia is a great place. However, it is in the southern hemisphere, so if we want to go there, we have to care about the time to go.

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