Walking to school in Darwin video transcript

By Frank

[Background music throughout the video]

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[Frank walking]

On screen text: Frank Espinoza (Peru) Walking to school in Darwin, Australia’s Northern Territory | The Territory Boundless Possible logo, Instagram: studynorthernterritory

[Frank filming himself speaking]

Frank: Hi, my name is Frank. I'm going to show you how easy is to get around Darwin and how everything is close by and how there isn't very much traffic.

[Frank leaving his accommodation]

Frank: So, here I am going to school. I usually take like 10 minutes to go to school. Everyday. And it is very sunny outside.

[Time lapse of Frank’s viewing his surroundings whilst walking]

[Frank filming Mitchell Street]

Frank: And on my way to school, I walk across this street. This street has a lot of different bars and restaurants and pubs. Yeah, it is right in the middle of the Darwin city. Also as you can see there is very little traffic in Darwin, only a few buses and cars. I can just walk to every part of the city without any problems.

[Time lapse of Frank’s surroundings whilst he continues to walk]

[Frank arriving at his school]

Frank: And, this is my school. The International House Business College. As you can see it only took me around nine minutes to get here.

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Page last updated 16 February 2022