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A foreign tourist named Jack Collins from USA came to India. He lived in Texas. He had travelled different countries. He has fair complexion with golden hair. He is tall and slim. He works in the tourism department at a company in Texas. He was living in a hotel near Sudder Street in Kolkata. He was talking to his friend named Partha Sen who is the local tourist guide in Kolkata.

Jack asked, “Do you know the capital of Afghanistan?”

Partha replied, “ Yes, it’s Kabul and I used a currency there named afghani. The area is 652090 sq. km. It is a great place. Where did you go next?”

Jack replied, “ I stayed there for one week and then I went to Albania.  I stayed at Tirana, which is the capital. I used a currency named Albanian Lek. The population was 3129678. It had an area of 28748 sq. km. “

Partha asked, “ Where did you go next?”

Jack said, “ I went to Algeria which is in Africa. I stayed at the capital named Algiers. The country had currency known as Algerian Dinar. The population was 3285300 and the area is 2381741 sq. km.”

Partha asked, “Which country did you go after that?”

Jack said, “I went to Andorra and I stayed at Andorra la vella which is the capital. I used Euro for financial transaction. The population was 67151 and the area is 468 sq. km.”

Partha asked, “What was your next destination?”

Jack replied, “I went to Angola. I stayed at a hotel in Luana, which is the capital of Angola. I used the currency which is Angolan Kwanza. The population is 15941390 and the area is 1246700 sq . km.”

Partha asked, “Where did you travel next?”

Jack replied, “ I embarked on a trip to Antigua and Barbuda. I stayed at St. John’s which is the capital. I used east Caribbean dollar for financial transaction. The population was 81479 and the area was 442 sq. km. “

Partha asked, “ I heard that you went to Argentina. Where did you stay?”

Jack replied, “ I stayed at Buenos Aires, which is the capital. For financial transaction, I used Argentine Peso. The population was 38747150 and the area was 2780400 sq. km.”

Partha asked, “ Oh that’s great! Lets take a tea break. Hello Dilip bring two cups of tea along with snacks for both of us!”

Dilip said, “ Yes!”

Jack said, “ On my trip to Armenia, I stayed at Yerevan, which is the capital. I used Armenian Dram for transaction. I came to know from the guide that the population is 3016312 and the area is 29800 sq. km.”

Partha replied, “That’s great! Where did you go after Armenia?”

Jack said, “ I went to Australia and I stayed at Canberra, which is the capital. I used Australian dollar for my transaction. I came to know that the population is 20155130 and the area is 7741220 sq. km.”

Partha said, “That is really interesting! Where did you go next?”

Jack said, “ I went to Austria.  It is great to stay for some days in Vienna which is the capital. I got the chance of dealing with Euro for financial transaction. I came to know the population is 8189444 and the area is 83858 sq. km.”

Partha said, “ That is truly wonderful! What was your next destination?”

Jack said, “ I went to Bahamas, whose capital is Nassau. I used the Bahamian Dollar for transaction. The population was 323063 and the area is 13878 sq. km.”

Partha said, “ I heard from a travel magazine that you went to Belgium. Tell me something about that country.”

Jack said, “Belgium is a country in Europe whose capital is Brussels. The currency is Euro. The population was 10419050 and the area is 30528.”

Partha said, “Thank you for sharing information about your travelling. It is really nice meeting you. Wish you all the best!”


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09/29/2020
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