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... keen go soon because it's pretty apparent that now that it's open it'll soon be a flood to get in there and then it'll become just like the rest of South East Asia - not to be too critical of the countries I've visited because they are great, but it's nice to be in a place that's not selling itself to the highest bidder (as they have every right to to improve their economy nod the lives of their people) or manipulating their towns and population for the sake of tourism. Anyway we loved in and you should ...
... and then see what we could arrange, we never found the bus company, but we did find a different travel agent who was able to get us onto a night bus to the coast as we'd decided that what our holiday needed was a little sun and sand. After sorting that out we set off on foot with no real destination in mind but as we checked our maps found ourselves headed to a rather large park and thought that would make as good a destination as any. On our way we stumbled across yet ...
... was there for a reason! When I declined he said 'I'll pay you, how much do you want?' Luckily I managed to shake him off fairly easily, but it made me a little more nervous about being there on my own!
Thankfully, I was not alone for long as the next morning four new room mates arrived, hooray! We went to get the circle train, a train which does a loop around Yangon and is supposedly a great way to interact with ...
... Arrival and Customs
On arrival we had to fill in about 3 forms each asking the same questions. It was a pretty tedious affair, 1 of which they didn't even bother looking at! These had to be filled in before we could through customs. The customs process was pretty quick. I handed them my visa approval form and passport and went through almost straight away. I wasn't even asked any questions.
Tourism and Locals
Tourism is flourishing in Myanmar. It ...
... with this blog and I think I'm going to try for the cinema again tonight. Tomorrow I fly to Bangkok early in the morning, spend a night there before heading down to Indonesia. Indonesia should be pretty sweet, with lots of volcano climbing, my birthday in Bali and some lovely beaches. I’ll again try to keep on top of the blog posts there as well. So I’ll call it there for now, so bye for ...