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After a beautiful train ride from Bago we entered the city of Yangon. We walked the streets of downtown Yangon and enjoyed the city's hustle and bustle. After a much searched and desired pizza Naomi hit the local playground. Then we entered the nearby Sule Pagoda, one of the most important ones in the city. We spent our time wandering around and …
So all good things must come to an end. Our G Adventures group flew into Yangon from the closest airport to Inle Lake, the very strangely named Heho Airport.
On the way back to our hotel from Yangon airport, we passed the house of Aung San Suu Kyi. In the 1990 elections her NLD party won 81% of the seats in Parliament, but the results …
Next up on our travels was Myanmar (Burma) where we spent the last week of July. In short we were blown away by the super nice people, beautiful nature and incredible temples.
We arrived in Myanmar by flight early morning and smoothly got our Visa on Arrival that we had applied for online some weeks before. What puzzled us was though th...
You'd better reset your watch. The year may be 2011 but you’d never know it in Burma. It doesn’t take long to feel like you’ve been sucked through a time portal to a land that is stuck way behind on its own. Yangon International Airport, the largest in the country and the only reasonable port of entry, feels like a countryside ...
After some great times in Sri Lanka, I flew to Kuala Lumpur on the 5th of May. Quite a big change to go from laid-back, low-key Sri Lanka to the hustle and bustle of busy, clean and organized Kuala Lumpur. The city is very big and streched-out and although the public transport is very well arranged, it still takes quite a bit of time to get to p...