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One last night in Yangon because our flight is at 8.30am tomorrow morning. We kept a big highlight for the end: Shwedagon Pagoda, the biggest holy sight in the country and even though we saw so many temples over the last year, this one didn't disappoint. I will let you see the pictures for ...
Our bus to Yangon didn't leave until 19:00 so we spent the following day exploring the area around the lake, accidentally walking in to an old fashioned bakery at one point. Of course, this being Myanmar, we were welcomed with open arms and invited to try some of the fresh produce in the comfort of the family home. As we were waiting for the bus, I bumped into Holly. A girl, with an infectious personality, I had met in a hostel in Hoi An, Vietnam. I later found out we had both ...
... to stay high and dry on the male's back. This slid right into the idea of gallantry and gentlemanly conduct--the men here are supposedly the most chivalrous in the country, and the 'women have the last word'. Hhhmmm, we'll see about that... At the hotel we were talked into a late afternoon trishaw (bicycle rickshaw with 3 wheels) ride to see the sunset at a couple of temples, so off we rolled. My rickshaw guy's name was Manny and he was a real ...
... lots of cyclists, but not the vast numbers of China. The 1950's buses left by the British still predominate in the city, and although they are just as cramped as those in Laos, if not worse, once you get the hang of the curious rounded script alphabet (well numbers at least) they are a very cheap and enjoyable way of getting about. The wearing of Longyi (like sarongs) by the men still predominates which also gives the place a faraway feel. The airport has ...