Exchange Student in America
Starting off with my first day there, I was introduced to many people and I had to sleep in because of the time zone. It’s so far apart. Three Days later, I went to school to have a meeting with the counselor and principle there for my classes. There were a lot of classes to choose from, starting with academic, ap classes, hands-on classes, and even advance class where you drive off-campus to go to another school and learn. If you completed the class, that would basically give you a job to do. So I did what I had to do and I thought I would have fun, enjoy and gain some knowledge. I had a buddy that introduced me to teachers and friends. I really liked my host family there. They were so nice to me and taught me a lot of things that I didn’t know about and I got some new experience there. At some point, I was teaching them the Thai language. As you know my accent has since changed a lot, thanks to my friend. He was always correcting me when I was wrong. I taught my friends about Thai culture, what we do here and some events in Thailand that America doesn’t have. My host family brought me to many places and I did some skiing, motocross, go-karting, wakeboarding and many more activities. My friends, they were all friendly and kind. Sometimes they were wild, but they were all fun. Unfortunately, the time had come, it was my last two days there. So me and all of my friends got together for a party and some adventure riding. I had a lot of fun in America and definitely new experience thanks to my friends and my host family. I was sad to say “goodbye” to all of my friends and my host family. My host family said that there is no “goodbye”, there is only “See you again”. I really did have a great time there. It was a blast and I will never forget what I did there. I’m looking forward to going back there again.