Half the world’s voyage, a bottle thrown into the sea by an American boy, found in Northern Ireland three years later. look how good

Half the world's voyage, a bottle thrown into the sea by an American boy, found in Northern Ireland three years later.  look how good

“We moved to Ocean City beach more than a mile off the coast and we played and he started sailing,” Sasha Yonyak said in an interview with NBC.

A Maryland boy and his neighbor put a written message into a bottle and drop it into the ocean. Three years later, a couple found the same package in Northern Irish waters.

14 year old boy put bottle in sea next to his neighbor. The message was found and read to a couple three (3) years later. – Photo: NBC

Sasha made arrangements with his neighbor (known as Mr. Wayne) and they met to bottle water.

Three years after that date, a couple found the message while walking on a beach in Northern Ireland. Ciaran Maron and Rita Simmonds saw a unique possibility in that moment.

“We knew anyway we had a message in a bottle and we were really excited (…) on a magical journey.” , announced the couple.

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After this both started looking for the author of the message. Through a social network they reached out to Sasha’s father, Vlad Yonyak.

“It’s great to hear that the bottle has arrived in Ireland,” said the boy’s father.

Sasha is now 14 years old, however, her neighbor Mr. Wayne died in 2021 and could not see the fate that Sandesh took across the ocean.

“This bottle just reflects the happy life and good times spent with them,” commented Vlad.

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