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# Where? Where? Where in the world?
# Where? Where? Where shall we go?
# Time for a trip, away we go!
# Over mountains and oceans, sunshine and snow
# Discover new places, make friends on the way
# So where in the world shall we visit today?
# Where? Where? Where in the world?
# Where? Where? Where shall we go today?
# Where shall we go, and who shall we see? #
Let's visit Tyra, in Ghana.
Today, Tyra's helping out in the family shop.
But first they need to set up the shop,
just in front of Tyra's house.
Out of the store room come all the things they want to sell.
Trousers, tops, skirts.
And a lot of different coloured shoes.
Lots of other people have shops on Tyra's street.
Everyone's selling something.
And it can be easier to carry it on your head.
Tyra's helping her grandma hang up the clothes
so people will notice them and want to buy them.
The shop's ready.
And Tyra's ready, too.
She wants to learn how to sell the clothes.
But to do that she's going to need some customers.
-Come and buy, come and buy.
-We've had no sales today.
Come and buy.
Come and see, come and see.
Sale, sale, sale!
I'm reducing these to 50 cedis.
Cedis is the name of the money they use in Ghana.
Still no customers, Tyra.
Never mind, grandma's going to pretend to be a customer.
Can you sell her that top, Tyra?
I wonder if you'll agree how many cedis it should cost.
How much is this? I really like it.
It's nice. How much is it?
-10 cedis? Reduce it, it's too much.
-How much is it?
-I'll give you three cedis.
-Did you reduce it?
-OK, three cedis.
Three cedis. I don't have money to pay now.
I'll come and pay you tomorrow.
Tyra was asking for ten and now she's asking for two
because she wants to be paid the money today.
I'll give you three cedis tomorrow. OK, I'll pay you tomorrow.
No, you pay two cedis. You pay two cedis.
-I should pay two cedis now?
Yes, tomorrow...tomorrow, you won't bring it.
You won't bring the two cedis tomorrow.
So we have reduced it for me to two cedis?
OK, then, take it and put it in the rag bag and come and give it to me.
Thank you very much. God bless you so much. I appreciate it, OK.
That's the end of the practice game with grandma.
And look, Tyra, your first real customer's arrived.
How much is this one?
-50? I won't pay 50.
No, pay it, and I'll give you these extra clothes as well.
-30, too much. It's too much.
-She say it's too much.
The customer thinks Tyra's price is too high.
-Actually, give you five.
-OK, give us five.
Keep these for me. I'll come and pay you, OK.
If you don't come back, I'll sell it to someone else.
Don't sell it. I'll come and pay, OK. Keep it for me.
You've sold the clothes, Tyra.
All by yourself.
Better get ready for your next customer.
I think you're going to be really good at running a shop.
# Where shall we go?
# And who shall we see? #
Let's visit Rhys in Canada.
There's lots of snow where Rhys lives.
So it's the perfect place for skiing.
But before they can start, Rhys and his family need to get ready.
Skis for the feet.
Poles for the hands.
And lots of warm clothes.
-Let's do this.
It's hard to walk on the snow.
So how are they going to get to the top of the mountain?
They can use a chairlift.
Just wait for a sec. OK.
All right. So I'm ready for a race in a minute.
So I'm feeling pretty confident, what about you?
-Yeah, very confident.
-Very confident? OK.
It's a slow ride to the top.
But it's going to be a very fast ride to the bottom.
So who will get there first?
It's race time.
Ready. One, two, three, go.
You really know how to use your skis, Rhys.
I hope you're as good at stopping.
Rhys, you won.
The competition's not over yet.
-That was good, Rhys, shall we go again?
What an amazing view - the mountains, the trees.
And there's mum and sister, Seren.
So I'm feeling pretty confident for this race, Rhys.
Last time, you beat me by a little bit.
-I think I know the tweaks I need to make to get the...
Back at the top of the mountain, it's time for race two.
-See you later.
And Rhys is off.
But watch out, Rhys, Dad's catching up fast.
You did it again.
That's two wins for Rhys.
It's Dad's last chance.
I have to win this one.
-Otherwise you win, OK?
The final race is on.
And it's the fastest yet.
But here comes Dad.
Faster, Rhys! You can do it!
Rhys is back in the lead
and wins again!
You beat me again!
-What was the score?
-Three me, you nothing.
Bad luck, Dad.
-Did you beat him? Nice.
-Now he has to clean up all the garbage.
That's the losing reward.
The snow's still falling, Rhys.
There'll be time for more skiing another day.
Let's go and visit Truc in Vietnam.
There's Truc visiting her grandma's farm with her cousins.
Here we go. This is the field.
They're all going to help grandma find a special ingredient
for the family lunch.
-Can you open the gate?
Go slowly. Don't push each other!
Something very tasty is growing in this big field.
But what could it be?
Go along the rows and look under the leaves.
What's hiding down there, Truc?
A-ha! It's a carrot.
And another one.
Grandma's field is full of them.
-Are these carrots OK?
Yes, but they can grow even bigger.
I bet there are some giant carrots in this field, Truc.
Can you find them?
Whoa! Grandma, look.
Yes, that's right. Go this way.
Try over there.
When the leaves are tall,
the carrots under the ground are really big.
-The longer the carrot leaves, the bigger the carrots?
Better look out for the tallest leaves then, Truc.
They can get longer than that, Truc.
What a lot of carrots!
Time to take them all back to the house and get them ready to eat.
And Truc knows exactly what to do.
She takes off the green leaves and then gives every carrot a good wash.
Let's change the water.
Here's Mum with some clean water.
-What kinds of animal really likes carrots?
Rabbits like eating carrots.
Now the carrots are clean, Truc and her mum can peel them.
It's difficult to peel carrots.
-More difficult than cucumbers?
Careful with your fingers, Truc.
After mum's chopped the carrots, Truc mixes in some salt, cucumbers,
and a big squeeze of lime juice.
It stings a little bit.
Ah, you've got some of the juice on your fingers, Truc.
It can sting sometimes.
Put it in a bigger bowl so it's easier to mix together.
Good idea, Truc.
Your carrot and cucumber salad looks delicious.
Can I take it in?
OK, let's eat it inside.
And who's inside?
All the family.
Auntie, here's the carrot and cucumber salad.
Everyone's here for lunch and they're hungry.
Mum's first to try some of the carrots.
What about you, Truc?
Have a taste.
No, I won't eat any.
So you like picking and cleaning carrots
but you don't like eating them.
Don't worry. After all your hard work, enjoy your noodles, Truc.
All our friends have worked really hard today.
Tyra learnt how to sell clothes,
Rhys won three skiing races,
and Truc made a tasty carrot salad for all her family.
I wonder who we'll meet next time.
Stories about the everyday lives of children living in eight different countries around the world.
In this programme we drop in on three children who are all having a very busy day.
In Ghana, five-year-old Tyra drives a hard bargain as she learns how to sell in her grandma's clothes shop.
In snowy Canada, eight-year-old Rhys shows off his skiing prowess by beating his dad three times in a row.
And in Vietnam, seven-year-old Truc learns how to pick carrots and turn them into a delicious salad, even though she prefers eating noodles!
We see that although children live in different countries, may look different and speak different languages, the joys and challenges of childhood are universal.