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    Posted January 19, 2014 by
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    Dolphins gave me a dream.

     
    On September 3rd, 2013, I went to sea paradise on Hakkei island in Kanagawa prefecture in Japan with my friend in high school. It is aquarium and amusement park. Which has many dolphins, and whales, I was able to swim with them for a hour and 30 mins. The biggest reason I went to there, is because I would like to be an instructor of marine animals, like dolphins. Actually, I wanted to go to veterinary colledge but I discussed this with my parents and they reccomend that I go for graduate school. They said, there are always be time to do that after I graduate so when I found this project, I was so excited and happy.

    The day, my friend and I went to sea paradise we were both excited. I wore a swimming suit for the first time. It wasn't easy because it was so tight but I felt happy because I was able to swim with dolphins. I had a really precious time. I touched inside of their mouth,shook hands with them,and swim on the back of a dolphin. It was so impressive. I thought it would be great to spend time with them evry day so l decided to work with dolphins. I want to do this job in foreign country because even though I could do this in Japan, I want to speak and communicate with people in English in the future. On this day I was given an opportunity to think about my future so dolphins gave me a dream!

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