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... plenty of shopping and things to do. We spent the day touring around in a car visiting the beautiful Shwedagon Pagado complex… an enormous bright gold rising 322 ft and is 2500 years old. We also visited other pagodas, the Kandawgyi Lake etc. but, my favorite site, which isn’t in any of the guide books, was the Union National Races Village. This is a a huge complex ...
... right??!! Baska had a very rude awakening. "Quick, get up, we have to get to the airport. We fly on the 19th!" "That's tomorrow" came the sleep-befuddled response. "That's what AirAsia said, but it's today. My watch says so".
Anyway, guess what, it was my watch that was wrong.
Now both of us wide awake, so off to the street for a traditional breakfast of fried rice. And to sort out the day. Not difficult, we had already decided today would be a food day: a ...
... at the reception pointed out that while there might not currently be any available rooms they would be checking out soon and then there would be a room available if we were prepared to wait. While we wondered if that had been the case with all the other places we'd asked at having pretty much walked the length of the beach and having no desire to do so again we were happy to stay. After a very decent breakfast and some time filling (read this as a walk on the beach and then me ...
... at the locals cause that's who's there. But if things continue developing at the rate they have been with tourism increasing it's bound to happen so my advice would be if Myanmar sounds like a country that interests you get your butt there quickly. So after overindulging on the buffet breakfast (because it was Christmas and everyone knows on Christmas you eat too much!) and skyping with the families (great to see everyone) we headed out to explore the city. First stop Sule ...
... its 500<sup>th</sup> anniversary and was an odd choice for our first stop in a predominantly Buddhist country. After, we began walking the streets downtown to appreciate the unique British-era colonial architecture. The former military government moved the official capitol to Naypyidaw in 2006 but the more than century old government buildings still remain in the former capitol of ...