My First Experience to Visit an English-speaking Country
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My First Experience to Visit an English-speaking Country

by Yoshi
(Saitama, Japan)

It was my first time to go to a country where there is spoken English. I studied in Cairns, Australia for 1 month, and had a lot of fun! Firstly, what I was surprised about, is that people are really kind and smiley.

Almost in all shops and places, people say hello and smiled. Gradually I lost shyness, and also said hello naturally. To be positive is the big key to making the experience fruitful.

One of my acquaintances said Cairns is too touristy. Actually, in every city place we can find travel shops, and can register for tours, but there are many great places! Islands in the Great Barrier Reef, rain forests, national parks, and so on.

Most of them are really great! And on every trip, just with smiling and saying hello, we can make many friends there!

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