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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.
... all the boys have them here for school, but they wanted 2,500 kyats for it - ridiculous. Then the girls came out of the aspiratante building and a lump came to my throat. They were all in their Sunday best blue longyis, looking just beautiful and Aay Si Na, said, 'Beeyootiful' every time she saw me for the rest of the day! Toto was there with the truck and we boarded and headed out north on the road to the suspension bridge, the bumpiest road ...
... 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 ...
... her mind. We asked Toto to stop and had a chat with Marcellinus, a volunteer with the seminarians who keeps us all right. He felt that it was too far and the journey would be rough for the girls and we would have a very short time there. Phew! We continued to Royal Lake, which I must say is less exciting in the daylight but which the group embraced anyway.
Once we had found a kind of large open shelter to put our ...
... said thank you to the lady in the Caritas office who has been cooking our fabulous lunches each day. We left a box of biscuits for them to enjoy.
The last group finished their computer profiles this afternoon and, despite the fact that many have never been expected to use a keyboard before, did well. John Paul discovered my itunes library and what was most to his taste was the prologue to Luhrman's Romeo and Juliet. He was a bit disgusted that I did ...