Interview with the Kids, part 1

Today we’re putting out the first video of the interview with the kids. We divided the questions into 3 videos because of the length mostly, so here it is!

You can watch it on the little video Angelo made or you can skip the video and stick to the transcription just below it.

Q1, Tanja: What did you learn or find out about yourself which you didn’t know before traveling?

Melissa: That I have much more energy than I thought I had, even if it’s just a little.

Joao: That would be the fact that I don’t like car trips. I used to think it would be exciting because I’d get to see lots of things, but it’s actually really boring, looking out the window for like, 5 hours.

Jose: I didn’t know I would be able to keep up with all the packing up.

Q2, Alexis: Is there one thing you never thought you would try but eventually did as part of your adventure?

Melissa: Nothing yet, but I do hope we’ll get to do some exciting new things.

Joao: Hiking, most likely definitely hiking. I never thought they were actually telling the truth. I thought they were always kidding.

Jose: Tongariro chairlift. I was too scared to go on that chairlift but when I went on it I found out that it was really fun.

Q3, Alexis: What country are you most looking forward to visit?

Melissa: I think I wanna visit Paris or London. Both look so pretty and fun!

Joao: Greece, because I love greek mythology and I’m really excited to go to places like the Parthenon, for example.

Jose: Japan, because I miss the noodles of there.

Q4, Alexis: What activity are you most looking forward to?

Melissa: I’m not sure, but I want to visit all the Disneys and Universals and I’m happy to do a lot of stuff. Just not haunted stuff and hiking and bungee jumping.

Joao: Going to Disney Sea Japan, because it’s Disney!

Jose: Disney Sea because we’ve been to Disneyland and we’ve also been to Disney World so I want to try Disney Sea.

Q5, Alexis: What advice will you give to kids who are afraid to leave where they are?

Melissa: Don’t be scared. I know it’s hard to leave your place but sometimes, it’s a risk you’re gonna have to take and when you take that risk, remember that there are many wonderful things to look forward to.

Joao: I would tell them there is a whole world to explore if they just get out of their house.

Jose: I guess that they’ll find new places that they might like.

We hope you enjoyed it! If you come out with any more questions, you can just leave as a comment!

7 replies
  1. Tatiana Saito
    Tatiana Saito says:

    Que legal! Agora consegui assistir. Muito legal! Só acho que o tempo que a pergunta aparece é bem curta, então eu preciso ler super fast pra conseguir acompanhar (e olha que eu faço leitura dinâmica!)! O sotaque do Zé tá demais, quase não entendo nadinha. Da Mel e do João foi tranquilo.

    Interessante que todos tenham gostado tanto da Disney. Vocês contaram pra eles do menino que foi levado pelo jacaré? Ahahahahahahah

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    • Thais Saito
      Thais Saito says:

      A gente está contando que as pessoas pausem quando precisarem, senão ia ficar muito grande. 😛

      Sobre a Disney, o jacaré assustou, mas o medo não foi maior que a vontade.

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  2. Anonymous
    Anonymous says:

    HI kids !! We really enjoyed your comments ! I think you kids are braver than many adults I’ve met – it’s great following your adventure

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    • Thais Saito
      Thais Saito says:

      from: João.
      thank you, I don’t usually get that .
      well, following is a lot easier than doing, trust me, I know.

      Reply

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