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Australia makes people happy!

by Yuki I.
(Chiba, Japan)

I have an important memory about Australia. I went to Brisbane, Australia to study English and culture. The period of stay there was three weeks and the season was summer, so I determined I would spend my time studying English and enjoying the magnificent nature, for example, the sea!

I want to introduce my favorite place. It is the Gold Coast! The place has a very beautiful sandy beach. The sandy beach looks like it continues forever. I could see many seagulls!

To my surprise, many persons who walk in town appeared in a swimsuit. In Japan, I never had seen people who walk in town in a swimsuit.

I think this town is like a paradise, because a lot of family and couples always have a smile on their face when they are on the beach.

I recommend that you should go to the Gold Coast when you feel miserable. If you see many smiles of people and the beautiful sea, it makes you happy.

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