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Idag tog vi det
lugnt. Efter frukost solade vi lite på hotellets balkong. Sen gick
vi runt på stan och kollade i shoppingmall. Vi åt en god middag och
även idag avslutade vi dagen med en bra kinesisk film som handlade
om en skyskrapa som börjar att brinna.
Vi kom tillbaka
till Yangon tidigt på morgonen. Tog en taxi till vårt nya hotell.
Dock kom vi så tidigt att personalen låg och sov i foajén. Som tur
var fick vi komma in på vårt rum efter bara en liten stund. Efter
frukosten gick vi ut på en långpromenad. Vi gick till ett
shoppingmall och sen vidare till en marknad där vi …
... year and kicks off 7 days prior to the Buddhist Lent. Each day 50-70 thousand people from all parts of Myanmar attend this event that occupies a space no bigger then the parking lot of any major football stadium. The true intention of the festival is to provide gifts (in the form of balloons) to Devas that sit high above in the clouds but if you asked any local they would tell you it’s more about people coming together to appreciate some good old ...
So an early start to the day (3am) as we had been advised traffic can be really bad going to the airport (which was no where near true, but we had time for coffee). We caught a 2.5hour AirAsia flight to Yangon in Myanmar (Burma - as the British colony called it) where we sat beside a monk.
As we arrived at the airport we spotted "honkies" (as Al calls them), other travellers to share a taxi with, as buses and trains ...
... was all a bit tired and in need of a good clean and some spot lights. The golden artifacts were not only in safe boxes they were behind gaol like bars! I found the national costumes really interesting too, so different region to region. At the museum there was also a couple of propaganda exhibits... we didn't bother with them. We did however go into the photography exhibit called Friendly Myanmar. Two American brothers had been invited over the past 10 years to take photos, ...