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... Market. It is said to have some 2,000 stalls and is some 70 years old !!
We had 1 hour 15 minutes here which was plenty of time – in fact a little too much but we survived.
Gloria asked if anyone was interested in jewellery … naturally I said yes so she led us to a shop which she said was reputable. The prices were good but the problem is … unless you are a qualified gemmologist, you have no idea what ...
... And if they are not being restored - why aren't the people 'squatting' / using them and not the make-shift structures?? The traffic/ roads hinder what should be an hour (max) to get to city centre - to 2-3hours from Port Thilawa where the ship is. I could never describe the skilful manoeuvring used by the truck buses, scooters,buses,taxis,bikes,etc..all jockeying for a place on that road to move forward!! For some reason it didn't seem frightening or even unnatural - ...
... this time. After I told him that I was a psychology major, he talked about his daughter for a while who was going back to school as a psychology major just to be able to get back into the working field. As we got closer to the city center, the conversation switched to the development of the area. I wish I had realized who I was talking to earlier but I suppose that they enjoyed having a regular conversation instead of just talking about their work for once.
We got to ...
... to sustain a comfortable life. Life would not be easy, you would need to work hard through the day and you would need to be resourceful and creative in turning the teak from the mountains to boats, creating a style of fishing unique to this place, and molding the shallow waters into gardens to bear fruit and vegetables. In the end, there is no doubt that you would live in a community such as the Shen have created with happy hard working families, who enjoy their life and world very ...
... Buddha, eight strands of hair from the head of Gautama Buddha’. According to the legend, the Shwedagon Pagoda was built more than 2,600 years ago and it is the oldest Buddhist stupa in the world. However, the archaeologists says that it was built between the 6th and 10th centuries CE.
The Pagoda is flourished with gold, devotees and tourists. It’s like a town within a town with shops, lifts and escalators. $8 entry ...