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... of course, none of that matters, it’s the food that’s important and WOW, was the food good! We had generous portions of vegetable fried noodles with a vegetable broth sauce cooked over a roaring flame on the roads edge and after paying the equivalent of 80p for the lot, left feeling full and happy!
The amazing thing (or should we say a major contrast to India) is that people just let us be. They may have met our ...
Our bus to Yangon didn't leave until 19:00 so we spent the following day exploring the area around the lake, accidentally walking in to an old fashioned bakery at one point. Of course, this being Myanmar, we were welcomed with open arms and invited to try some of the fresh produce in the comfort of the family home. As we were waiting for the bus, I bumped into Holly. A girl, with an infectious personality, I had met in a hostel in Hoi An, Vietnam. I later found out we had both ...
... white tiles!Money - There are plenty of ATMs around not too sure what the fees are like though. The exchange rates are supposed to be the same as the money changers offer which is the official rate. There is no more black market rate. If you decide to take in dollars, they need to be the new $100 bills in pristine condition, i.e. no marks /stamps, no tears or even fold lines. We changed some at the airport and some right across the street from the hostel and got a ...
... kyat ($5.18). I did not use an ATM upon arrival at RGN airport yesterday because of this fee, which appears to be fixed and charged by every bank. I want to obtain 220,000 kyat ($227.98). I calculate it’s better to use the ATM, where I’ll face a fee of 2.3%, instead of trading $20 bills at the exchange counter, where I’d be hit with a 4.7% fee. The ATM adds insult to injury by spitting out my 220,000 kyat in a huge stack of 44 5,000-kyat notes. Ugh. ...
... parked at a jetway but we’re not using it? I could only deduce that the 737-400 had arrived from a domestic destination in Thailand and rather than relocate the aircraft from the domestic concourse to the international concourse, Thai opted to shuttle passengers to the plane instead. Bad customer service! One of the few negative marks I’ve ever given Thai during my three journeys on the Star Alliance carrier, one of the best airlines I’ve ...