We had to leave early in the morning at 6 to catch our flight back to Vietnam for the internship on Monday. It was bittersweet to day goodbye to everyone on the trip. I know it was the hardest part but we knew we were all going to see each others again soon in the States. It was also Kristina’s birthday when we left. It was very thoughtful of everyone to secretly write her a birthday card. We got together the night before we left, I had to hide it in my longis when I got back to my room to keep it away from Kristina’s attention.:D It was funny when she thought about it the next day I gave it to her. Anyways, that was one of many memories the group have built together throughout this trip. We were all different, but the best part was that we looked at others with an open mind and manage to make the best of a team.
Myanmar to me has now become part of something I would never forget. I found it very closely in my childhood, and in my life now and hopefully in the future. I saw the Yangon airport still in construction just like Tan San Nhat airport years ago, the children with limited opportunities and technology slowly merging to the country.