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... is a little different, so some people reported that their electricity shut off at 7am. Either way, it is ok because you are typically exploring the coast or swimming in the ocean.
The trip over was beautiful and allowed us to finally see some of the countryside of Myanmar. The last leg of the trip was very windy, but by that time (5 hours later) we were in the dark and some of us were sleeping.
... 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 ...
... standard hospital is Yangon's General Hospital which is at least 5 hours away.
The endless and quiet white sand beach. There is also an 'elephant camp' in between Ngwe Saung and Pathein.
Several comments conclude that snorkeling in Lover's Island is rather a disappointing experience.
Go to the beach, see the local village. There is not much to do in Ngwe Saung, that's the idea. Just relax and enjoy the quiet ...
... 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 ...