A FOREIGNER IN AUSTRALIA by Fiona Smith (Ed. Burlington Books)

Burlington Books
This reader is a good way to get to know Australian major touristic highlights through the eyes of two youngsters, one of them Spanish. In the book, we learn about a new form of volunteer work called Wwoofing (this organization also exists in Spain) and, in this way, the two teenagers are able to discover different places and people.
Places so different as Ayers Rock or the Great Barrier Reef or the Daintree Forest and towns such as Seal Rocks or Byron Bay and then, the capital city, Melbourne; apart from the native people, the Aborigines. This is a very special trip for its protagonists, who at the end of the book, decide to go further in their relationship. Will you read their next adventures?

You can listen to all the chapters at Burlington Books website.

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  1. Hi Ana! I'm also an English teacher in Ávila and I found your blog just by chance. I love it! Thank u for sharing such good materials. Let m recommend u a website made by an English teacher at the Official Language School which is mainly based on videos and is really cool: www.multimedia-english.com
    So now I'm subscribed to your blog! We do something similar here,but privately, with Moodle. Thanks again.María


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