Leisurely Life in Australia
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Leisurely Life in Australia

by Jing
(China)

The Great Barrier Reef, the sea, beaches, forest, and the leisurely atmosphere are Australia's labels.

One of my friends has been to Australia. During the short 10-day trip in Australia, she felt a kind of leisurely atmosphere, and everything seemed to slow its pace. People enjoy their life to their heart's content, rather than be busy with their work.

As if the national treasure of Australia--koala, her leisurely attitude also seems to be on behalf of the comfortable living atmosphere of this country.

Living in such a leisurely and comfortable country, I think it is really a very terrific thing. When the sun goes down, sitting by the seaside, enjoying the beauty of the sunset, and feeling the sea wind, what a pleasant thing that is.

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