A person of investigative nature reaches anywhere without understanding. There is a lot of risk in it but people also get very relaxed in it. Something similar happened to a 35-year-old British woman. She came to Myanmar from her country. Four other people along with him came to Myanmar’s Why Yellow Island. These teams of five people came to this island for a period of 1 month for research. This entire island is full of dangerous snakes. But then there was some problem that he had to spend two months on the island. In the meantime, she had over ration. Between the lack of food and the lack of the remaining resources, the entire team somehow spent two months. Now the team has returned after going. After this, she shared her experience with the people…
Natalie Pule, 35, spent 60 days in Myanmar’s Why Yellow Island. She was accompanied by 4 other team members during this period.
A scuba diver by profession went to Natalie Island for a month. But due to technical reasons, she had to stay there for another month.
Why Yellow Island is full of dangerous snakes. Between two months of lack of food, the entire team spent a lot of time.
Actually, the boat which was going to be taken after a month did not come. She felt that now those people will never be able to return.
But the team spent two months amidst all the difficulties. She then suddenly saw a supply boat from near the island, with the team reaching the mainland.
From the supply boat, she came to the Mainland, where she took a flight from Paris. Now the whole team is back home.
After coming back, she shared her two-month journey with people on the island. Natalie told that there were difficulties but she enjoyed the time.
The team was staying in a camp on the island. She had only one month’s ration. For this reason, she spent a month comfortably, but in the second month, she had to face a lot of difficulties.
Natalie said that the island was very beautiful. But there lived quite dangerous snakes. Life was in danger all the time.
They had a shortage of food. There was also no water to drink. In such a situation, she had to struggle a lot.
Now Natalie is very happy to be back home. She described it as her life experience. She learned how to spend life amidst scarcity of resources.