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I had other language exchange sessions today.
They lasted all day long.

The first session was from 11 am to 6 pm.
We just drank some coffee at a few places and then some beer at the Art House.
My partner was an Aussie.
He has two passports since he had stayed in the United States for a long time.
I didn't know that Aussies were allowed to have more than one passport.
He works but he went back to school for a couple of years ago.
He studied TESOL for his graduate diploma.
Actually, he studied at the same university where I'm going to.
After we ate Korean sushi, we walked around the Chinatown and then to the Botanic Gardens.
We passed by Hyde Park and dropped by St. Mary's Church
and the Hyde Park Barracks Museum.
Since we had walked a lot, we were very tired.
It was fun, though.

After that, I met a Thai guy since he is going to travel to Japan next April
and he wanted me to check his schedule.
I was very impressed because it was very organized
He is planning to a lot of places including a countryside village called Takayama for 3 weeks.

Because I have not been to many places in Japan, I don't know how much it helped. haha
After that, we went to a Thai restaurant on Pitt Street.
I ordered fried noodles with beef.
It was good because it was spicy, but it was a bit expensive for the amount. ($11)
Since I am living in a multicultural city, I want to try a lot of different kinds of food!!

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. hon (in a newspaper)
= honey
2. eardrum (in a newspaper)
= the membrane of the middle ear, which vibrates in response to sound waves
3. eerie (in a newspaper)
= strange, mysterious and frightening

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