MiCasa Hotel Apartments Yangon Managed by AccorHotels
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Family rooms
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- Drycleaning onsite
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Travel Blogs from Yangon (Rangoon)
... been different if we were waiting for bags as thankfully we have both managed to get away with a carry on backpack and a camera bag. We were especially glad of the speed because after an incredible experience in Seoul I'd organised to meet a guy for a street food walking tour around downtown so we could get a grasp of the culinary landscape. The ride to the hotel was sweaty, stinky and chaotic. First impressions put Yangon as more developed than Kathmandu but less than Bangkok... As ...
... and 'how much do you love your boyfriend?' (My answers: Not much/a lot - in that order). At the pagoda we'd been shanghaied, by a monk friend of our guide Tun's, into helping out at his English class the next day. And because we felt unable to say no to a monk, here we were. Apart from the awkward mic moment it was fun - the class was set up for students who've finished high school, want to improve their English but can't afford the more expensive British or American Standard ...
... emerges from the bus station whether they need transport or not.
The flight back to Yangon was comfortable and uneventful, the turboprop planes were new and smooth which eased any fears of flying in this land of wildly varying safety standards. We waved goodbye to the guys at the airport and they later flew back to London via Bangkok. It had been fantastic to spend time with them and real fun to explore Myanmar as a larger group. It hadn't all gone to plan- the bus ...
... as nice as the ones we did in Vietnam but at least it is not a long way to the market and we are soon at our destination. I have been in MANY markets on this trip and I like them nowhere near as much as Buddha's but once again I am strolling through a market with no intention of buying anything. This diverse market does however give you a look into the everyday lives of the people who live here. We have far too much time at this ...
... we have visited. We watched parades of Sunday worshipers ascend to the brightly colored, gold Stupa. Families brought a picnic lunch and took a place in the shade. Men carried small boys decked out in ceremonial dress and walked around the Stupa, clockwise, three times.
Quick to smile at the Westerns, children would wave and practice saying 'Hello!' ...