A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words

(This blog is about my experiences working and living aboard a 220’ treasure hunting ship, the M/V Sea Hunter)

It was pretty tough leaving the orphanage and saying good bye to the kids. But I knew in my heart they would all be okay, as they were in the loving care of Father Marc Bosivert. He had worked, and would continue to work tirelessly, ensuring that each child under his care got a fair chance in life. His dedication was transparent as we walked around the orphanage that day. The kids would yell out greetings to him or would come over to have a brief conversation. He was fully engaged with whatever they had to say………just like a father.

It was such a special day that touched each one of us from the M/V Sea Hunter. Instead of words, I would like to share more of the pictures that were taken that day. I believe these tell their own story…….Image.

Best Friends

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The Sweetest Boy

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Cooking for over 700 children

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An empty field the children play in.

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Those beautiful faces that just want to be noticed

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The only playground for more than 700 children

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Greg and Father Marc

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Inside the sleeping quarters of the children

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Watching the children play with a ball made from rags

Image9                                 Julia and some of the children

(If you want to learn more about Hope Village or feel inclined to help in any way, please check out their website at http://www.freethekids.org)

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