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... Dave down the right hand side out witting Krishna passing it to me to knock it past Min Min. Champions!
In the evening we were served a beautiful meal of noodles, vegetables and for the first time chicken. After dinner we played cards games with a few beers and rum, which were quickly finished and forced us to find more alcohol. Krishna was with us and suggested we go up the road to get some which involved waking up the owners :-/ We stayed ...
... an amazing person. I hope someone meets her who can help her progress from identifying the lies to now finding the truth. She gives free English lessons at her house to the local children and she has four extra children living at her house that she looks after so I gave her a website that she can download free videos, lessons and books for them in either Myanmar or English ;).
In Myanmar they are very particular about foreign currency and you have to bring ...
... are just not fun together. What is even worse is that me being sick has led into me not doing much and realizing that I am getting burnt out with travel. I know this happens to everyone but I hate it. I am so lucky to be here and would not trade it in for anything in the world but the things that used to excite me, just dont. I find myself getting annoyed with touts who are everywhere cause I am in a touristy spot. The worst part is ...
... being rowed in the traditional local style whereby the oarsmen row with their leg wrapped around the oar. Fascinating to watch and extremely skilful.
We really enjoyed our time at Inle Lake, a real contrast to experience Burmese life outside of Yangon and to see some of the amazing scenery and local customs and traditions that this amazing place has to offer.
... was very similar to the floating village we visited on Lake Titicaca). The lake also has several villages on it, with all of the buildings built on stilts. There are no land based vehicles, and instead everyone gets around by longboats. Many of these (and all of the ones we rode in) have an outboard motor. However, most of the local fishermen use long boats which they row, leading to one of the most interesting sights. The fisherman ...