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... The Taunggyi Fire Balloon Festival.
Yes, I know what you are thinking…”How can a balloon festival be cool and even remotely dangerous?” You are also probably thinking, “Jeff, what kinda cool we talking about? Like a visit to the botanical gardens type cool? And dangerous? Like a backyard water gun fight dangerous?”…The answer is NOPE. Way cooler and way more dangerous!
The Taunggyi Fire Balloon Festival is ...
... here they first give you a soup which can only be described as a mild stock with fresh spring onions in it, also they give you a small side of sliced shallots with chilli sauce. Anyway we tucked into our main of spicy noodles ( which left me with sweat running down my nose) and sweet and sour prawns.
We wandered back to the hostel via lots of the side streets and found a Japanese street so we'll try head there tomorrow for sushi.
... drank a lot of tea) and a long walk back to our hotel in the dark. The consolation was that we had an excellent thali style curry across the road. Not too spicy for me, and free top ups, also I think the best roti/naan bread I have ever had!!!
The next day we were on a time limit as we were off to catch the night train to Mandalay. We therefore went to the really badly lit National Museum. The exhibits were really interesting and the golden lion throne was amazing, ...
... Burma to be stuck in time and very underdeveloped and to some degree, yes, you feel you have travelled back in time (lack of flashy shops, convenience stores or modern utilities we take for granted), but what they have, they look after it. First the city is clean and the roads are good. We are able to walk most of the time on a sidewalk (impossible in many countries). Cars and pedestrians respect the traffic lights (although cars like to try to run ...
... of sleep, we made our way to the bar in the middle of the night. It was an experience to enjoy the game with such passionate fans. The following day we explored the Shwedagon Paya (a large golden spire in the middle of the city) and the Bogyoke Aung San Market (a large market that sells everything from jewelry to bags. We left Yangon after a day and a half bound for the city of Mandalay on a 10 hour overnight ...