字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント hello world where I'm from. Well, it's not really where I'm from. It's where Nana is from and she's from Thailand. She specially made us a video that I'd like to show you, and it's all about street food in Thailand. Somebody Hello, Amanda is my sister. We're going to take you to see some tight street food. Wait. Visit Durian. It's a tight crew. Some people find its thinking something very delicious. But like favorite. Wait, I think you like Channel. You really enjoyed coming in. Thanks. After watching the video, I had a few questions, so Nana and her sister were nice enough to stand up and answer them for me. So the first question I had was Are these markets common in Thailand? And I ask that because in Japan we have similar ish markets and they're usually in the basement's off big malls. Yes, there are many markets like this and then called to sell these kind of food. There also single vendors on the streets, and we also have them in big shopping malls. Basically, we have food everywhere. I then asked her how she actually got to the market because I know she was in a car, but she was in the backseat. We had a driver to drive us to the market. Other people might take public transportation like buses, motorcycles, taxis or sky trains or the inn just drive there by himself. Something about the markets in Japanese department store basements is that they don't often have seating. So I asked Nana, do the markets and Thailand have seating? Yes, there was a big seating area, which include tables and chairs as well a small benches for people to sit down and eat. So in Canada as well as in Japan, you don't usually haggle food prices at a market. So I wanted to know. Was that the same in Thailand? Yes, you can bargain prices. Thai people are good at that, or you could just choose to pay the original. That's it for the questions that I had for Nana and Dara Dara. Sorry, I can't remember, but if you do have questions for them, you can leave them down below, or you can follow them on social media and ask them there. So I got some links over hair and some things over here, and I'll also put the links in the description. So thank you so much for making this video for me. Nana and Dara Dara. I really appreciate it. What am I like 16? My voice was cracking there. Um, I have one last thing to say. Which is we are still except in video submissions for our streets video. So if you want to go outside and film your street and set it into us, we love to showcase what streets are like, where you're from. All right, guys, thank you very much for watching. And what? Our street. What a street food. Like where you're from? CIA, huh? What do the kids say again? Okay, so thank you so much for normally. That's much my life from from X video. What do they say? Thanks for watching. See you next time. Bye. What a street. Like what? A street food. Like where you're from. I need practice at this. Okay. Oh, my excuse is that it's It's hot. Do you see that? That's, um, 30.6 degrees in my room. 70% committee. And she's a little person there. He's unhappy.