Through the Eyes of the Traveling Child – Sydney from Travel Junkies

This is interview number three in our series Through the Eyes of the Traveling Child”.  We are honored that Sydney responded to our interview.

Sydney is  touring the world with her parents and they are the Travel Junkies.  Let’s see what she has to say about her experiences:

 Sydney and goat - Amsterdam

Through the Eyes of the Traveling Child – Sydney from Travel Junkies

Provide us with a little background on who you are.
My name is Sydney Frazier and I am 8 years old.  I like to do horse riding and play Pokémon.  I know how to jump while riding a horse.  I was born in Portland, Oregon, a really rainy place in the United States of America.  We are traveling the world for 2 years.  I am currently in Italy.  I have no siblings, but I wish I had a sister.

Sydney jumping - Ireland

Where do you call home?  
Nowhere, because we sold our home.  I hope our next home will be in Kentucky, because the Kentucky Derby horse race is there.

What do you like most about traveling?
I like seeing the Roman Ruins like Pompeii, because they are interesting.  I like taking different classes such as karate, horse riding, cooking and art.  I like trying the different foods and I like meeting kids.  .

 


How long have you been traveling and where have you lived so far?

Sydney in Bone Church - Prague

We have been traveling for 8 months.  So far I have been to Idaho, Utah, New Mexico, France, Spain, Morocco, Ireland, Wales, England, Netherlands, Germany, Czech Republic, and Italy
I liked Bantry, Ireland so far the best, because of the all farming.  I also like it because the town is small.

What have you learned from your travels thus far?
I have learned about the Romans and how they lived.  I also learned about horses and the culture of each place.

 

Tell us about how you are receiving your education?
I am currently being home schooled.  I work on science, math, spelling and blogging.  I also learn about each place we stay at.

Sydney in Catapult - France

How many languages can you speak and at what level? Was it difficult to learn?
I speak English and a few words in French, Chinese, Spanish, and Italian.  It wasn’t really hard to learn.
Sydney Nimbus 2000 - Italy

Do you have many friends?
Yes I have a lot of friends.  I have friends from all over the world.  My best friends are in Portland, Oregon and their names are Madelynne, Katherine, Pauline, and Mylakia.

What has been your favorite adventure?
I like seeing Roman cities. I liked Pompeii the best.
Sydney and the Magic Stone Circles - Ireland

Do you have a favorite game you play when you travel?    
I like playing Skipbo.

Is there anything you miss seeing, having, doing?
I miss my best friends in Portland, my pets, and horse riding.

What is the one thing you are happy you brought with you?
I am happy that I brought my stuffed animals.

Where do you want to go next?
I don’t care where we go as long as there are horses and Roman Ruins.

Do you have your own blog or write about your experiences?
Yes, I have my own blog.  It is called Sydney’s Corner.  My favorite blog post is about horses.

Vampire Sydney - France

 Sydney,  Thank you for sharing with all of us!   Please remember to look up the Travel Junkies.
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We often are asked about what the kids think of their experience as a traveling child and how things are going.  Do they have friends, how are they being educated and are they social?  We thought these are likely questions for all types of families, so we decided to start a family travel interview series “Through the Eyes of the Traveling Child”. 

We don’t often get exposed to the opinion of the kids and perhaps think we should.  We all know the Wagoner kids are full of their two cents worth and are loving travel.   If you would like to read other interviews in our Traveling Child Series, just click the image below.

Through the eyes of the traveling Child Interview Series.  We often are asked about what the kids think of their experience as a traveling child and how things are going.  Do they have friends, how are they being educated and are they social?  We thought these are likely questions for all types of families, so we decided to start a family travel interview series “Through the Eyes of the Traveling Child”.  We don’t often get exposed to the opinion of the kids and perhaps think we should.  We all know the Wagoner kids are full of their two cents worth and are loving travel.   If you would like to read other interviews in our Traveling Child Series visit WagonersAbroad.com

Thanks for following along!  Do you have a traveling child who would like to be part of our series?  Just let us know.

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