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Travel Blogs from Ngwe Saung
... world. Sacred Heart Minor Seminary is just north of the bridge on the Pathein side of the river. Father Pius and two of the boys' teachers were there. The boys were all there to greet us by formally shaking our hands and wearing their traditional red longyis, with red waistcoats and headbands. Linda and I knew it was going to be a long and difficult morning and I passed her a paper handkerchief.
Marcellinus was Master of ...
... 14km (9 miles) of gently shelving, golden sand backed by casuarina and palm trees, the beach remains gloriously unspoilt, though new high-end resorts are springing up each year, equipped with pools, spas and water-sports facilities. A short wade at low tide takes you to Lovers’ Island, just off the centre of the bay, which is surrounded by translucent turquoise water.
You can take a bus from Pathein or Yangon. The roads ...
... sat down with the three guitars they had brought to sing with - many of them play well. They sang Great Big World with great gusto. I didn't know it then but I do now. Then You are My Sunshine and a Michael Jackson song I'm not familiar with, before they sang:
As the deer pants for the water
So my soul longs after You
You alone are my heart's desire
And I long to worship You.
You alone are ...
... The Wanted on the computer.
We then went to the Aspiratante where the girls live, to meet with Sister Colette and Mother Superior. We were shown into a lovely cool room and given drinks and mohinga and egg pudding made by the girls. The girls and sister had gifts for us - a Karen necklace and bangle, a rosary bangle and a beautiful jade rosary, all made by the girls. Thank you so much! We did not do justice to the delicious food but we think the boys did. As ...
... that museums are places where we can all celebrate our heritage and look at progress within our country and others and mentioned how we had fought to keep our museums free of charge so that everyone is able to access them because they are so important. We will be going to the museum tomorrow.
Somewhat chastened the group suggested climbing the bell tower of the cathedral and we agreed to do that. All twenty-one of us climbed to the organ gallery via ...