Todd: We're gonna talk about sports.
Tenn: OK. I'm not big on sports, but...
Todd: OK, well, that's OK. So you, you don't like sports?
Tenn: Well, I like sports but I'm just not an avid sports watcher. You know I would usually rather watch a movie or some kind of history program.
Todd: Oh, OK. So you're into history?
Tenn: Oh, yes!
Todd: OK. What kind of history?
Tenn: That's a kind of a difficult question. I would say, ah, interested, primarily I interested in ancient and medieval but I also like studying the history of the countries that I have visited. It makes it more interesting when I go sight-seeing.
Todd: OK. What countries have you visited?
Tenn: I've been to 26 countries.
Todd: Oh, OK. Yeah, you can't name them all.
Tenn: The big ones I would say, I've been over a good bit of Europe, ah, Mexico, Peru, I spent almost a year in Egypt and I went to Isreal, Jordan, and now I'm here in Japan. I've been here in Japan for a year and a half. And while I have been here, I visited Korea for about a week.
Todd: OK. Wow. That's a lot so did you do the Pyramids in Egypt?
Tenn: Oh, yes. Actually, I climbed the pyramids.
Todd: Oh, really. Nice. What's it like on the top?
Tenn: Very, very interesting. You can see, ah, it was during the summer so the visibility was rather low.
Todd: Oh, OK.
Tenn: But, to see... we were on The Great Pyramid, and the second Pyramid, Kefron, was right near by, and it is a very different perspective to see it from, interesting to be eye-level... to be on the same level as the top of that second pyramid.
Todd: OK. Wow! So you were in Peru, right?
Todd: OK. What's the big thing people see in Peru?
Tenn: Machu Pichu.
Todd: Machu Pichu. OK. So what is Machu Pichu?
Tenn: Machu Pichu is the ruins of a city that was built by the Inca People.
Tenn: Over maybe three...six hundred years ago, and was lost, no one knew what happened to it. until it was recently discovered about a hundred years ago.
Todd: OK. Wow. Nice. Alright, thanks a lot David.
Todd: Or Tennessee.