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Coffee in Sydney seems to be famous.
However, I feel that it is not that great and I prefer strong coffee like the kind I can get in Japan.
This is because I am not at all a fan of weak coffee.
All cafe coffee here - even Starbucks' - seems to be weak,
so I suppose that it's not worth paying four to five bucks for a cup.

Today, I went to Starbucks with my friend and I ordered an iced coffee.
I asked them for a double shot, but it was still weak.
I always feel like the one-dollar coffee from 7-Eleven is tastes almost the same as other coffee. haha

One good thing about drinking coffee here, however, is their latte art.
Compared to cafes in Japan, barista courses are more famous (around $50)
and so the coffee is usually decorated.
I might just be gnorant, but the only place in Kyoto that I know
of which is famous for decorating coffee is Yojiya Cafe.

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Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.

1. frenzy (in a newspaper)
= a state or period of uncontrolled excitement or wild behaviour
2. make a fuss over sb (in a newspaper)
= to pay a lot of attention to sb, usually to show how much your like them
3. lass (in a newspaper)
= a girl

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