Inspired by @amieshmamie
  1. Do you feel moved by your national anthem?
    It depends, but mostly I don't because we had to sing it every single day at school and I think that makes it lose its magic. In other scenarios, like in a World Cup or a protest I do feel moved by it because we're singing as a nation.
  2. How do children in your country get to school?
    Public transportation, car pools, and mostly parents.
  3. Can you succinctly explain your country's healthcare system and are more citizens satisfied with it?
    Honestly I don't know much about it. The only thing I know is that my mom and I have a private one.
  4. What is the best part of living in your country?
    The people, the food, and the beaches. That's Los Roques.
  5. What is the worst part?
    Our government. We have been in a dictatorship since 1998. Nowadays, it's really bad. We don't have freedom of speech, there's no food, and it's really insecure (to sum It all up).
  6. Are there accents within the language you speak?
    YES. Every state has its own variation. The most notorious are from El Zulia (state), Los Andes (region), Oriente (region) and Caracas (capital).
  7. What would you say its the overall impression people from your country have of the U.S. and its citizens?
    They love the U.S., it's a first world country! Sometimes they joke (since we live in a dictatorship) that they wish U.S. Marines would invade Venezuela and adopt the country as its own.
  8. Have you lived in another country? If so, what's the difference that stood out the most between that country and your home?
    Currently I'm living here in the US. The main difference is the freedom, the security, the vast resources and how advanced and organized is here.
  9. Do you hope to move to the U.S. someday?
    Yes, I'll like to live in NYC for a while and then move to Europe eventually.
  10. Can I come stay with you?
    Of course. I hope you like cats!