Ich muss in Englisch einen Blog über Australien schreiben. Könnt ihr mir sagen wie meiner ist und was ich noch verbessern kann????
Welcome to my blog about my time here in Australia. I arrived in Australia yesterday and my first impression of this country can be described in one word - breathtaking !!!!!!!! My parents and I were picked up by my mother's sister. Aunt Susie has been living in Australia for 7 years. We drove two hours to Batemans Bay where Aunt Susie lives. By the time we arrived it was already 8pm so we only went on a '' short '' beach walk. The water is so clear and we even saw a few surfers. Aunt Susie is a real Aboriginal fan. She told us a lot about the culture. But the most interesting thing I found was the stories she told us about 'the stolen generation'In 1910, the Australian government started to "steal" the half-caste children of the Aborigines peoples of Australia. It sounded terrible but I wanted to know more. Susie showed me a newspaper article, in which a woman recalled her time as a 'stolen child' But I also learned a lot about Australia. The capital is not Sydney, as I thought before my visit, it's Canberra. But Sydney has the largest population. I also learned that Australia is a land of fascinating contrasts. From modern, vibrant cities like Sydney or Brisbane, to the beautiful beaches on the shores, to the seclusion of the outback. Whether tropical rainforests, endless deserts or mountains, Australia is a vast sprawling country. I have learned that Australia is home to seven states: New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia, Tasmania and the Northern Territory. Australia has a very rich wildlife with more than 5700 kinds of animal, from mammals over birds to fishes. More than 80 percent of all plants and animals are found exclusively on the Australian continent. The kangaroo, the koala, the dingo, the wallaby and the wombat are Australia's most famous animals, according to Aunt Susie, but I have never heard of the last two. What I already knew is that the beaches in Australia are perfect. Australia's coastline is almost 50,000 km long and is bordered by more than 10,000 beaches which is more than any other country in the world. Today we are having a quiet day to recover from the jetlag. We went to the beach in the morning, came back to eat lunch and then returned back to the beach in the afternoon .In the evening we played cards and discussed our plans for the next few days. Tomorrow we will drive to Sydney. I'm really looking forward to that !!!! We will then tour all over Australia and will visit places such as the Uluru, the Great Barrier Reef, Bondi Beach, more beaches and a few national parks. That will be so cool. I am most looking forward to discovering the Australien wildlife and visiting her big cities.
I will tell you all the details later. So until tomorrow,
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