joel

joel

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1952

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One of the interesting places to visit when someone is in Hiroshima City, in Japan is AZA Zoological park. I was there to learn more about the animals. The direction of the park is well described and necessary rules for the protection of visitors well explained. I visited the AZA Zoo once and that was the first time I saw Raccoon dogs and Japanese giant Salamanders. 510 yen admission fees for an adult is not too much. the parking fees should be lower. And they're encouraging people to come in a group of 30 or more to benefit a discount.

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I accompanied a family to visit Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Natural History Museum as the mother in that family taking her daughters out to the museum. We all learn more about nature from a lot of permanent and temporary exhibitions that were displayed. We spent 80 minutes there before we go to a coffee shop nearby. Anyway, their price is moderate

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The first Sunday I spent at Thai was great because it 's the first time I worshipped in the Catholic church. I spent about two hours on Sunday morning service and enjoyed the service in the English language. The service is free, and the atmosphere is great. Many of the worshipper there still communicate with me, they're friendly indeed. I can recommend the church to everyone

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Wow! Chalong night market makes sense a lot, we spent 45 minutes there shopping all we needed. In fact, it's a house of food, and the food there was very cheap. The market is very decent and neat unlike some other markets that full of unpleasant smellings. The bargaining of the products price made it easier for me and my neighbor that went to buy there. it will be better if the market can be open every night.

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Though the lives lost during the tsunami experience cannot be restored to life again, but making the place a memorable, worth 5 stars ratings. When visited the park, I had mixed feelings. I and my colleagues spent an hour there. it is our pleasure to find a good time visit the place again

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