English and Adventure in Perth: Nina
People love travel photos, especially ones that illustrate a bit of the adventurous spirit and personality that of any particular city. If you’re travelling to one of the most beautiful destinations in the world, why wouldn’t you share it?
We caught up with Nina Anhaia, a Brazilian student at our English school in Perth. With just over 50,000 followers on Instagram, Nina captures her adventures abroad in stunning photos, many of which will leave you envious and eager to travel yourself.
"You know the moments that want to freeze for the rest of your life? This is how I feel about my time studying in Australia.”
An impressive destination
Perth is the perfect destination for those who enjoy the summer weather, with an abundance of sunny days and incredible beaches. Located on the West Coast of Australia, Perth has all the infrastructure of a big city within easy reach of some of the must stunning beaches you’ll ever see. It’s the ideal place for those who enjoy outdoor sports and activities. This allows our students the chance to explore adventure outside the classroom, whether that’s surfing, diving, windsurfing, or a wide variety of other activities.
“I wanted to stay here to experience a new culture, a new language, and to enjoy paradisiacal places that are extremely unique. I will certainly remember this for the rest of my life.”
Live and learn in English
Nina is living the incredible #KaplanExperience in Perth, learning English and taking the time to travel a lot and take beautiful pictures! Whether you’re studying in one of our Intensive English courses or just adding in some English classes during your vacation, living in an English-speaking country makes learning a language much easier. English becomes part of your everyday life.
“Studying abroad is something everyone should do. The experiences we get from this adventure will stay in our memory forever. "
Follow along with Nina's adventures through her blog. Want to know more about Perth or Australia? Send is your questions in the comment section below.