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Blog #8 by Sohrab Ayan

Trip to Cuba

April
When I first came here I'd never thought that I'm gonna see more than just Canada, but thanks to my amazing Host family I got to experience something of what not many other people can say..... I did a trip to Cuba!

Cuba
Yes the small country down in South America which is known for the beautiful beaches and the sun. While there were blizzards and a lot of snowing going on here we just took of and visited Cuba for a week. It was amazing. On the first days we just enjoyed the beautiful weather and the resort we stayed in. On day we had a Jeep Safari trip to some unique places close to Varadero and they sure are breathtaking. Visiting Havanna was awesome, it is such a unique city and the people are lovely.
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Two Rivers Wildlife Park
Together with all the exchange students and ambassadors of the Strait Regional School Board we visited the Two River Wildlife Park by Sydney in Cape Breton. First thing we did after we arrived was having lunch. We left pretty early because it is a long drive to Sydney and so we were all pretty hungry. Watching peacocks walking next to the windows while we were eating was pretty funny. It was actually the first time I saw peacocks so close.
After a ride on the carriage we had some time for ourself to explore the park. From Moose over to skunks the park had a big variety of animals who you were actually allowed to feed as well. My favourite animal of the park was definitely this one.
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These were my absolute highlight of this month...really excited for the next one, you never know what you are going to experience next.

Posted by NSISPFC 18:24 Archived in Canada

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