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Travel Blogs from Yangon (Rangoon)
... blew me away, and i was so touched when William told me it had felt like entertaining a friend in their home. I was reminded today of the openess and kindness of people, and the beauty of time that can be spent together over food. My heart is full of love for Myanmar today, and really ends by time here on an absolute high.
For those reading who are not family or friends, (yet, you never know where travellers paths may cross,) and there must be ample from the numbers of ...
... thing is covered in gold leaf, its amazing. Its down by the river so a good place to watch the waterway in action. Also less tourists here than the second pagoda. Its here it hit me i am traveling like I did almost 10 years ago....when a Burmese couple came to ask if they could have a photo with me, the token foreigner. They were very sweet, didn't speak a word of English...the only communication between us was a smile for his man u shirt! Next up... The shwedagon paya is the ...
The day before we left we decided to take a trip on one of the local trains. The city has a circle loop that travels through all the surrounding areas where the four million residents live. The train cost us $1 each for a three ...
... which wasn't really a bus station by any stretch of the imagination. It was basically just a bunch of buildings with individual bus companies pulling up to them, no seating area, no restroom etc. The bus itself though was extremely nice. I had a blanket, a pillow, and A/C constantly blasting. We stopped every 3 hrs or so to use the bathroom and occasionally you could get some food. Some bathroom stops were literally just on the side of the road, but no one seemed ...
... language weekly ran a tidbit of a story on its front page that it thought would be of interest to foreigners: it seems that Sein Win, a politician, scored a hole-in-one last week. The article went on to detail the brand of ball and club he used. Yep, front page. Right between the article on the water treatment plant being opened by General Aung So-and-so and the picture of the technical college wing being opened by General U Whats-his-name.
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