Eri from Japan – I love New Zealand. I love Wellington

Hi, I’m Eri, from Japan.

I’ve been in New Zealand for six weeks. I wish I could have stayed longer. It was my first time in New Zealand and also my first time traveling alone. Actually I didn’t know a lot about New Zealand before I came, but now I know the people are lovely and there are so many things to do. New Zealanders were so friendly that they often talked to me. They always looked enjoying their life and made me feel peaceful. I really liked to see them enjoying something. Wellington is a compact city that you can walk to the waterfront, the mountain and the centre of the city. You will find the favorite way to spend your days in Wellington.

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I could make lovely friends in Campbell. We can get acquainted with the students who are not our classmates because they are our friend’s friends! There are some activities in Campbell and we can talk many students. In short, Campbell gives us many chances to make friends. Studying English in New Zealand was a good decision for me. I met beautiful people and I keep in touch with them. I had a really great time there. I want to come back to New Zealand one day.

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I love New Zealand. I love Wellington. I want to come back here one day. To my teachers, thank you for helping me learn English. To my friends, I’m so lucky to be your friend. Please keep in touch. See you again. Thank you very much.

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“Hi everyone. I wish to stay here longer but I need to go back to study at my university in Japan. This is my first time in New Zealand also the first time been traveling alone. Actually, I didn’t know much about New Zealand until I came here. However, when I arrived here, I felt the people were lovely and there were so many interesting things to do. I’d say I love New Zealand. I love Wellington. I want to come back here one day. I also want to say thank you to all my teachers for improving my English. For my friends at Campbell, I’m so lucky to be your friend. Please keep in touch. See you again. Thank you very much.”

Eri – Japan