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Travel Blogs from Yangon (Rangoon)
... boiling some water and adding the pounded fish and other ingredients and then seasoning delicately. It was a delicious start to our food marathon, and a lovely example of the refreshing soups that they eat over here. After enoying that we moved on to cooking all of the main dishes- a chicken curry, a prawn curry and braised fish, together with a cooked asparagus accompaniment, a carrot and wing bean salad and a quite dry condiment style mixture that they sprinkle on top of their meals ...
... I have brought myself a traditional longi to wear, to replace the thai style one i'm wearing today, amongst a few other random bits.
I think i've tried to be a little optimistic with the food so far....i went to tea house again for lunch, and had some lovely noodles and a simple clear soup but im not sure they agree with me, so new plan, for the sake of my health is ...
... has the largest number of colonial buildings in the region today. While many high-rise residential and commercial buildings have been constructed or renovated throughout downtown and Greater Yangon in the past two decades, most satellite towns that ring the city continue to be deeply ...
Born, though not raised.
However, it is still my home.
Despite the inconvenience of the mosquitoes' attraction to me as well as the lack of air conditioning, I enjoyed my three week long stay. Although my stay was more relaxed and laid-back, it's not worthy of a full length blog post. I only went to a few places, really. Did not even ride along Inle Lake or see the beautiful and breath-taking scenery that ...
... for long comfort deficient journeys. Our last bus took almost 3 hours to cover 30kms. Surely that
must be illegal not to mention almost impossible if the engine and
wheels actually work. Anyways even my vociferous moaning came to a
sudden halt when we finally laid eyes upon the picture postcard
coastline where we would laze away our final few days. Needless to
say Lou (who has been largely beach deprived this trip) was happy