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If you were in Yangon over the summer you would have seen a lot of rain. It’s pretty boring over the summer holidays. Anyway, I went to Maungmagan Beach, Dawei which is at the bottom part of Myanmar. The beach is so stormy. Also the wind is so cold and so strong. You will see in the photo. I just ate, swam, slept, and played games. That’s how I spent my holidays.
Isn’t a holiday best when it has all the elements of happiness and perfection? Well, of course it is. Just like making a tea with all the right ingredients, a summer will have a better taste if you do all the right things. Continue reading
To start things off, I’d like to say that broccoli does not go well with pizza.
Well, I hope this title doesn’t bore you by the word ‘Busy’ summer but If you would like to read more about “My Fun/Busy Summer,” then go ahead and click read more! Continue reading
My name is Nina Sugiura. I have been studying here in Myanmar for four months.
I was at the Japanese Government School last year.
My favorite subjects are physical education and music because my hobbies are playing basketball and listening to music. My favorite singer is…
June 6th was the last day of school of the previous school year, but I really enjoyed my summer. After school closed, I got to do some fun hings like Arts and Music. Also my family and I decided to go to Bangkok. We went to Bangkok for week with TG Airlines. I was really surprised because I saw Mr.Sabo in Bangkok. He was at a McDonald’s. I don’t think he remembered me. LOL.
When you hear summer, the first vibe or thoughts you get is usually going to the beach, getting to relax, and being somewhere that is sunny. Right? Nah, my summer was a special one. Read more to find out what my summer was like… Continue reading