Savoy Hotel Yangon
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... them into cheap housing units, it is impossible to easily buy them back. Meanwhile they mostly continue to rot.
We visited Chinese Buddhist temples, Jewish temples as well as Little India, Chinatown and the Central Park. It was hot, very hot and we were just about holding our own until we entered the Chinese temple, when both Anne and I lost the plot and nearly melted.
Luckily this was the last action before hitting the parked air conditioned taxi, to take us to lunch at ...
... growth in the ASEAN region.
Burma is growing by leaps and bounds after 30 years of underdevelopment I don't see them slowly down anytime soon every country in the area and outside want a piece of developing Myanmar.
I really enjoyed Myanmar for me its always the people that make the country and Myanmar (Burma) has some of ...
... even a wide sidewalk for most of my walk. Closer to the grid-streets I came across a bridge over the local transit station and got a good video of an arriving train.
Past the station was the main downtown. I spent about an hour walking up and down the streets westward from 29th to 18th street, the approximate area of Chinatown. The outward signs of Chinese culture were actually quite few, I almost wondered ...
... like chairs (Adirondack chairs for our US friends) for us and Ye Lae. The driver was sitting at the back working a small motor. We headed off through a narrow channel, that opened to a marsh like area and we found ourselves winding narrow water paths lined with thick reeds. We were now on Inle Lake and we were instantly rewarded with the feel of cool fresh air and the sun on our cheeks as we looked out upon pristine blue water that seemed to stretch out ...