Free Printable Lessons for English Teachers
Recently travel website Lonely Planet revealed the top 500 places to visit. The list, compiled by travel experts and writers, includes the world’s top sights. Today though, I thought we’d focus on some of the more unusual and alternative places to visit in the world. Surprisingly there are quite a few of them to consider visiting.
What about a visit to Silfra in Iceland? Here, divers can see where two continents meet. Alternatively there is Jellyfish Lake in Palau. You can actually swim with millions of huge jellyfish. In the Cayman Islands there is Stingray City. This place is a haven for tourists wanting to get up close to the many different types of Stingray.
Roleplay: One of you is the interviewer. The others are one of the following people. You are in the Discussion FM radio studio. Today’s interview is about: An alternative ‘Bucket List’ of unusual places to visit in the world. 1) A backpacker 2) A millionaire 3) A travel writer 4) A spokesperson from Lonely Planet. Gap Fill: Reading. Gap Fill: Grammar. Sentence Starters. Etc.