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My friend and his wife drove me to the Blue Mountains.
It is one of the famous tourist sites in New South Wales, Australia.
It is located around 100 Ks away from the city.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Mountains_%28New_South_Wales%29

It was the nicest day after a long time, so we were lucky.
It was still cold and windy though.
The Blue Mountains were beautiful, and we could clearly see the most famous attraction,
The Three Sisters, a formation of three rocks.
However, it didn’t look as blue as it does during the summer.
According to a guide working there,
it is densely populated by oil-bearing Eucalyptus trees.
The atmosphere is filled with finely dispersed droplets of oil, which, in combination with dust particles and water vapour, scatter short length rays of light which are predominantly blue in colour.

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Since one of my goals while here was achieved, I am now more ready to go back to Japan. haha

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

1. hirsute (in a newspaper)
= having a lot of hair on the face or body
2. flick (in a newspaper)
= a film/ movie
3. fishy (in a newspaper)
= that makes you suspicious because it seems dishonest

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