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Interview with Beckett – Thailand wrap-up

Interview with Beckett at the end of our trip (age 7)

Q: First question Beckett, do you like living/being in Thailand?
Beckett: Yes.  Well it’s been very different and interesting but I’ve been happy to experience Thailand.

Q: What do you like most about Thailand?
Beckett: Ziplining.  Cause that was really cool.

Q: What do you think about the food here?
Beckett:  Good.  My favorite food was when we made that soup at Sammy’s Thai Cooking School.  I like smoothies, rotis, banana pancakes…  My favorite smoothie was strawberry and watermelon was my 2nd favorite and mango was my 3rd favorite.

Q: What have been your favorite experiences?
Beckett:

  1. Ziplines.
  2. Going to homeschool co-op.
  3. Patara Elephant farm.  We got to take care of elephants for the day and stuff.
  4. Tiger Kingdom.  Lying with tigers was really fun too.
  5. Feeding the pigeons was really fun cause we got to feed the pigeons and they’d follow us around.
  6. Feeding the birds at Night Safari.
  7. Food-go-round.  That’s a good one.  That’s fun because the food goes around and around and you get to pick off the food that you want when it goes around.  The food is yummy.
  8. Riding tuk tuks.
  9. I loved the Chiang Mai FC games.
  10. Seeing the lion at Tiger Kingdom.  It roared really loud.

Q: Any experiences you didn’t like?
Beckett: 

  1. Khantoke dinner.  I didn’t get to choose the food that I wanted and there wasn’t anything I wanted.
  2. The spiders at the insect museum like the tarantulas.  They were really creepy.
  3. That mommy got the rash from the paederus bug.

 Q: What will you miss the most?
Beckett:

  1. My friends Chelsea, Alex, Titus, and the rest of the kids.
  2. Food-go-round
  3. The elephant camp
  4. Tuk tuks and songtaews
  5. I will miss the street markets, definitely.

Q: Last question, what have you missed the most from the US?
Beckett:

  1. Ice skating
  2. Snow and making snowmen and doing snowball fights
  3. Making gingerbread houses and gingerbread cookies

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