“Do you know of a place where I can learn English? But real English.” It was a recurring question that Anna Milan posed to her followers during her funny and famous live show during quarantine, which has evolved into the podcast ‘La Vida y Tal’ which she presents with Sebastian Gallego. Is. Now it seems the actress has already figured out where to pass her pending subject: improving her English, And it is that he has gone to Australia, specifically to Sydney, after enjoying a vacation with his friend Caytana Guillen Cuervo.
The woman from Alicante is not only learning the language, but she is also exploring all corners of the city and sharing it almost exclusively. “I already know that I am too heavy but that these things must be shared. You will tell me the beauty”, The actress commented on a video of the sunset on the Australian beaches of North Bondi. Though it’s not his favorite neighborhood: “Obviously I have a favorite part of Sydney: Paddington.”
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In this time, the actress has surpassed herself, showing that she has successfully left her comfort zone at the age of 48 by daring to break everything: “Going back to class, going on excursions, being on the verge of belonging. It’s a strange feeling for a group you don’t know at all but suddenly become your travel companions. If there is such a thing as leaving the comfort zone, there is no doubt about it. Nothing is known. Everything is to be known. I am really excited”, she wrote in one of her posts.
enjoying The success of his podcast and film ‘Camera Cafe: The Movie’, The actress has taken a break to continue thinking about training and living out this experience has no doubt been a great contribution to her on a personal level.
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