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Ngapali Village Hut - Update in 2018
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Myanmar's rural lifestyle: help my children learn English and help them in the gardens.
I' m married and have two young, youthful children. I' m living in a secluded part of Myanmar in Ke Yan State. After 8 years working in Malayssia, I got to know the British and some of the occidental cultures, two things that are hardly known in my town.
I have chickens, geese and Turkey to look after as a villager in Myanmar. I would also be very happy if my two children could profit from it and learn some English if possible. Apart from that you can have a look at the very picturesque place where I am living, the historical temple, the big hill (called Zuwkabin) and the classical Myanmar villagliain.
I would of course like to show you around to give you an idea of Myanmar's way of being. Since it is an genuine town house, there is no showers, but of course there is plenty of freshwater from the well. I' m here to meet you at the coach terminal and take you to my town.
It would be a pleasure for me if you could remain for at least two whole days to take on the duties in which I will teach you correctly.