The Manitowoc Maritime Museum we went to yesterday was great. It’s packed up with cool ship models, fun simulations that kids could play with (which Jedi and Im liked a lot),
and the best of all was that we got to get into the REAL submarine!! It’s huge from the outside, but once we were inside, it’s just so small that I banged my head.
Engines and torpidos took almost all the space of the submarine. The most amazing part was that they could store real food to feed all the crew for a couple of months, and they even had cooks on board!
You would never be hungry, but you would stink, because you wouldn’t be allowed to take shower for a long time, and when you did, you only got 2 gallons of water.
Here are some photos of the museum
At 3 p.m., we went to pick everyone else up from Manitowoc Lutheran School. Seemed like they were all having fun with their buddies and new friends, but they were not quite ready for classes.
They said they were sleepy in classes, especially after lunch (which is so normal, haha)
We had dinner in a nice place I couldn’t remember the name. They serve hot, delicious food in cheap price. Yummy!!
Then we went bowling. Everyone, even Bangpan, were having fun bowling.
I was the only one who didn’t bowl. I didn’t want to risk hurting my ankle although it wasn’t painful at that moment.
Instead I sat and unwrapped it because I didn’t bandaged it well in the morning. It was swollen and quite purple. That kind of worried George and Dori, so they decided to take me to x-ray.
Dori took me to the healthcare center, and waited with me for hours before we were done with everything there. The doctor (and the x-ray photo) said that I broke my bone.
That sounds crazy. I mean I had been walking on a broken bone for 2 days without any pain. But yeah, I got to get my boot to help support my ankle today, so the kids are on their own for half a day.
Since tonight is the last night that we stay in Divine Savior School, everyone has to clean the place up and pack their things, getting ready for tomorrow.
We will be having potluck party for lunch and host families will bring their guest kids back home with them. It must be very quiet without them around.
So in the afternoon, we gift wrapped snacks from Thailand for host families and school principals. The kids also made their cards, too. Bangpan, Poon, Gifted and Green’s cards are really cool.
Then we cleaned up, had dinner, and had some free time before going to bed.
I’m so excited for tomorrow.
Divine Savior School