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Joined: 27 Jan 2007
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Posted: 11/04/07 - 07:48    Post subject:

Im going to Australia in April and I dont know what the climate there is like in April. Isnt it too hot? How do people live there? I dont know anything about this continent. I hope I wont be bored. Except for several big cities, what else is there to see in Australia? Please, give me some instructions how to spend my time there.
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Posted: 11/07/07 - 00:51    Post subject:

Oh, dont worry! Under no circumstances can you be bored in Australia. There is so much to see there. Australian territory hasnt bee fully explored yet. Many scientists believe that there are some things waiting to be discovered in Australia. April is especially suitable because Melbourne will become the centre of many festivals in April 2008. the Music Festival, The International Comedy Festival, The Film FestivalDont forget to visit the largest Australian city and a beautiful harbor Sydney. There is a famous Opera House in Sydney an architectural wonder. You can rent a car or make shorter or longer harbor cruise tours. You can also make a bike tour which can enable you to see the places you couldnt notice from your car.
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