Myanmar Pilgrimage 2017
Some of the activities in which the pilgrims engaged included visiting the Pagoda Temple, Myanmar World War II Cemetery and Scott’s Market, teaching at Kindergartens and a primary school, a traditional welcoming ceremony, two house blessings, a memorial service, working with youth, children, men’s and women’s groups, visiting the boarder’s house and spending time with the boarders, and as guests to a recently married couple’s wedding lunch.
The Pilgrims made their way back home from Myanmar via Singapore, where they visited Pulua Ubin for a cycling adventure around the island. The last night abroad included a swim, some journaling and dinner at Australian restaurant, Boomerang.
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