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... own way, they are happy. They believe desperately in Buddah and in Aung San Suu Kyi. They want success in life and to make a good living. Along the river they fish for everything from catfish to baitfish, (which they use to make a paste) and add the protein to their meals. They farm by tilling the soil behind oxen and use whatever ground they can for growing fresh fruit and veg. Their diet is meagre, but they supplement their rice with fresh veg and ...
... scooters to get about but for some reason E-bikes don't count. I must say they are fantastic for the job as they were silent which meant the 1000s of tourists zipping about didn’t interfere with the mystic beauty of the place. With a map to hand we navigated and stopped off at some of the top temples. Many times we got lost on our way but it didn’t seem to matter as there was another different temple we could visit by cutting ...
(Thank you all for your wonderful comments. Been delayed in posting as the wifi in Myanmar was rather unpredictable and slow. Being able to post in Yangon was pure luck as usually the wifi-when working- is strong enough to send a text and maybe read an email.)
After catching a few hours sleep on an overnight bus from Yangon I arrived to Bagan in time for sunrise. My hotel amazingly let ...
... I intervened and made a few suggestions, which unusually, Anne grasped with both hands. A sulky negotiation about price then followed, with the added embarrassment that after getting a good discount my card wouldn't work in their reader (yet again, why don't they learn to us them properly) and I had to go around the corner to find and ATM. Losing $5 dollars on the card transaction in the process and the extra $5 I could have bargain for a cash transaction, this purchase ...
... were crazy, over 40 Celsius at some points, so staying indoors with the air conditioning was the only option mostly. It was fun exploring the area on our electric bikes when I did get out - I can handle those a lot better than a real scooter!
The next day was quite a write-off, but in the afternoon I did go with some people to another pagoda on the river front to watch the sun go down. We watched as the ...
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