Wales, a tourist attraction
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Wales, a tourist attraction

by Nozomi U.
(Tokyo, Japan)

Most tourists visit Wales to view the wonderful scenery. 20 percent of the area consists of national parks, and there is also abundant nature which are forests, lakes, seashore, and so on. We can enjoy walking, cycling, mountain climbing, water sports, paragliding, and other various sports in nature. So our schedule will be filled after we arrive.

And then we also can visit the historical traces which have remained in Wales even now, and the precious cultural heritages. Actually it says there are over 600 old castles there.

And we shouldn’t forget the people living there as the goodness of Wales. They have a strong identity, have deep thoughts with the heritage and the region, are passionate, warm, humorous, & friendly I hear.

When I look up Wales on a world map, it might look small. Still it’s filled with lots of attractions to visit, I think. My hometown is also small and has rich nature, but we don’t have so many attractions compared with Wales.

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