Tux and the Places He Visited

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In New York he went to my aunt’s workplace, tourist attractions, rode the subway, and to my aunt’s college. Tux enjoyed the Brooklyn Bridge, Yankee Stadium, Manhattan, The Bronx, and he must have enjoyed going to the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, and playing in Central Park. New York has plenty of tourist attractions and is filled with things to do on every turn. The main languages are English, Spanish, and many more. The type of government is a democracy, and the currency is the U.S. dollar. Major religions are Christians and the fastest way to move around is to take the train or subway.

• Tux on the desk at my aunt’s workplace. She works as a nurse in Manhattan.
• Tux in front of the college that she attends to.
• Tux in front of one of the bigger libraries in New York.
• Tux riding the subway to Manhattan.
• Tux at the Yankee’s stadium.
Tux’s distant cousin Malcom went to Thailand. In Thailand Malcom went to two temples. The first temple he visited was called Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep. Wat Phan On was the other temple Malcom went to. In Thai ‘Wat’ means temple, or sacred place. The main language in Thailand is Thai, and they have a monarchy parliament government system. The major landmarks and points of interest are Chang Mai, and Bangkok. The currency is Thai Baht, and the major religion is Buddhism. Common foods eaten there are rice, curry, soup, meat, and shredded papayas. Their major exports are computers, auto parts,…

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