My School Trip to Sydney
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My School Trip to Sydney

by Mitsuru Ito
(Tokyo, Japan)

During high school I visited Sydney on a school trip. It took 9 hours to Sydney airport from Narita airport. I visited the Greater Blue Mountains Area, Darling Harbour, and so on.

But it was the Opera House that I was most interested in. Because it is very BIG!! The scale was beyond my imagination. And the shape was so cool.

As a souvenir, I bought many Tim Tams, a kind of chocolate biscuit.

I enjoyed my school trip, and since this trip I have come to love Australia. Also, I think that I want to live in Australia.

But I regret taking all my pictures with my cell phone, because my cell phone got broken. So all my pictures disappeared. I was shocked. Although I want to upload a picture I took on this web site, I can't do so. I'm sorry.

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