This week on Survivor Philippines, we said goodbye to Carter as he was the latest castaway to have his torch snuffed.
The following day, a much cleaner and well-fed Carter sat down for his post-elimination interview to talk about his Survivor 2012 experience. So what did he have to say?
“There were so many highs and lows, but all those high moments outweigh those low moments,” Carter said. “I really got to test myself and challenge myself and push myself to limits I’ve never pushed myself before.”
Carter says his favorite moments from the game were his mom’s visit and the time last week when he gave up his auction win so the whole tribe could enjoy food.
He says he leaves the game with a strong sense of pride.
“I’m proud of the way I played this game,” Carter said. “There were times when I thought carrying on was just too big a challenge. I forced myself to keep playing. Thirty-tree — I can be proud of that.”
Find out what else Carter had to say in his exit interview below.
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