Magwe

Magwe, Myanmar

Travel Blogs from Magwe

Magwe Travel Blogs (9)
broken down bus, Magwe, Myanmar travel blog

broken down bus

A travel blog entry by tristan_g

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We left Pyay for one night in Magwe on the way to Bagan. I blew out my 4th pair of sandals of the trip, found a bar to quench a thirst, and had budget rice meal for about $.50. The next day we were up at 5 am to catch a tuk-tuk to the bus station, and ...

Magwe, home of Aung San, Magway, Republic of the Union of Myanm travel blog

Magwe, home of Aung San

A travel blog entry by robselclark

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With a population of 500,000 Magwe is one of the largest cities in Myanmar. The new capital Naypyitaw is still being built more or less midway between Mandalay and Yangon, but the Parliament and many government functions have already been transferred ...

Hitching a ride on a rice truck, Magway, Myanmar travel blog

Hitching a ride on a rice truck

A travel blog entry by p45

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... didn't come in the end)! It was dark and we were standing on a very muddy remote road. Ania suggested stopping for a night in Magwe and we were already on the way towards the hotel that locals told us of when we somehow stopped another truck. It was again ...

Upstream to Thayet, Thayet, Republic of the Union of Myanm travel blog

Upstream to Thayet

A travel blog entry by robselclark

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... much anticipated general election this November. It was explained that under the 1988 Constitution Suu Kyi is not eligible to become Myanmar's leader, and interesting times are ahead. In the evening we watched "The Lady", a fairly recent movie about ...