The leading centre for neurological studies.
From Cambodia, I head to one of my favorite continents; Australia. In all the world, Australia has some of the most unique and treacherously beautiful animals found on the planet. Many of its animals, smaller than a dime, are more deadly than even the Diamondback Rattlesnake. Things are naturally deceptive, appearing as one thing, or being appealing to look at, when they are truly incredibly lethal. Australia has a general population of an estimated 24,000,000. This is a large country, being considered a continent as well, and has a land area of 3,000,000 square miles. Australia has no official language, but its identified national language is English. The nominal GDP per capita is about $51,500. The institute that I will be visiting is one of the largest and most renowned centres for neurological studies in the world. The structural design itself is not incredible, though it is quite appealing to the eye, but the knowledge of the significance of some of the discoveries here weighs upon the surroundings. An air of importance seems to envelop the building.