TOEFL Essay Topic 156 - You have the opportunity to visit a foreign country for two weeks. Which country would you like to visit? Use specific reasons and details to explain your choice.
Author: Hannah Lee | Date: January 20, 2018 | Score: 5.5
Spending two weeks abroad must widen our horizon whichever country we choose. Considering my current circumstance, the United Kingdom is the first choice. Firstly, for academic reason, and secondly to meet my childhood friends. The first reason to visit the UK is to further my research project...
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If I had the possibility to choose a country to visit in two weeks, I would definetly like to go to Polinesia. I would choose Polinesia because it is a country that I have always dreamed to visit.
In my opinion Polinesia is an earthly paradise, one of the few that are left uncontaminated by the western society. We have all seen, since we were very little, the Bora Bora photos with beautiful and luxurious bungalows on the blue-green clear water. The beauty of these islands is uncomparable and I think that there is no place in the world in which you can feel more relaxed and in peace with yourself.
The second reason why I would like to go to Polinesia is its incredible marine life. I am a scubadiver with the advance PADI licence and since I began to practice this thrilling activity I have developed a passion for macrophotography. Polinesia, in particular Rangiroa and the Tuamoto archipelago, is a paradise rich in nudibranchs, small shirimps that live in symbiosis with anemones and clown fish, colourful shells and strange sea flatworms.
Finally if I could go to Polinesia I would not miss the possibility of spending a few days in Rangi Roa, commonly known as Easter Island. This jewel lost in the Pacific Ocean is relatively close to that islands.
In conclusion I believe that Polinesia is a place that everyone should visit at least once in their lives.Read more