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1st semester of 2nd year

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Hello everyone! My name is Phatcharida Thonglat (Mindy). I’m from Thailand and I’m also in Foreign Corresponding Nova Scotia International Students program (nsispfc). And today I would like to share my experience in Canada. This year is my 2nd year in Canada now, but this is my first writing in travel blog, so at first I want to talk about my 1st year it was nice to meet new people, but sometimes it such a really hard time to get friend because my english was very bad but when my english getting better I have got friends from other countries and we just talk about are counties,it was fun to hear something new and something that I don’t have in my country.

Time to live without parents, it’s sad when you have to leave your parents, but it’s also a good thing to learn how to stay without parents and how to help yourself with so many things, for example, you have to know how to use your money, how to adapt yourself to other people, and of cause you have your English skill. For me I have to change my thought a lots, because the culture, food, language, and friends everything is different from my country. It was a hard time to change but it not too bad to do it. :)

New place new activities! Yes like what I said new place new activities, in Canada have so many activities to do and it’s fun, for example go to watch ice-hockey, going out to the beach so often, enjoy my time with snow, halloween, and go to skiing. It’s fun because those are new for me , and in Thailand we don’t have snow, so I really like snow. For skiing at first I didn’t it at all because I just played once, but when I tried it in the second time I became to like it, it was very fun to try something new. And don’t think that you can’t do it, while you never try it.

Last but not least, I just want to tell you that I very enjoyed to spend my time in Canada to learn new things and have some new experiences. Let’s go out and have fun with your life.

Posted by NSISPFC 07:36 Archived in Canada

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