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  • 20 days in AsiaThis winter I went to Asia. Our journey took twenty days. The first country we visited was Thailand. We lived on the Samit. It is a small island. This place is quiet with a wonderful ocean. There we just wanted Posted by Mary_Kask in 20 days in Asia. Thailand - Myanmar | Jun 23, 2020
  • Inle LakeНа востоке страны две горные гряды образовали между собой долину с озером. И это живописное место стало нашей последней остановкой в Бирме. Горы здесь молодые, невысокие, торчат острыми вершинами, все в лесах. Между ними текут бесконечное количество горны Posted by david_irina in Thailand and Myanmar | Feb 8, 2020
  • BaganПереезд из Мандалая в Баган занимает 4 часа на автобусе. Но переезд на общественном транспорте всегда приносит неожиданные впечатления. Все начиналось очень мило, за нами заехал автобус в нужное время. Среди пассажиров много европейцев, каждый сидит на с Posted by david_irina in Thailand and Myanmar | Feb 4, 2020
  • MandalayМандалай - старая столица Бирмы. Из Янгона мы взяли ночной автобус, достаточно комфортабельный, если не считать, что не было достаточно место, чтобы расправить ноги. Пассажиров было только 5 с нами, оставшееся пространство занимали какие-то тюки. Что инте Posted by david_irina in Thailand and Myanmar | Jan 31, 2020
  • YangonУ нас были противоречивые чувства к Мианмар (Бирма). С одной стороны интерес к ее истории и культуре, а с другой стороны, страна в которой до сих неустойчивое правление, и как результат низкий уровень жизни. По репликам туристов Янгон - большой Posted by david_irina in Thailand and Myanmar | Jan 27, 2020
  • Yangon, MyanmarOur final destination in Myanmar was the bustling southerly city of Yangon (formerly Rangoon), which we reached after a 12-hour drive in a plush night bus from Nyaung Shwe, complete with acres of legroom and a mini TV screen offering Posted by TaylorElphicks in The Seafood Chronicles | Jan 4, 2020
  • Nyaung Shwe, MyanmarOur slim wooden boat wove through the channels of Inle Lake as it took us towards our next stop-off, Nyaung Shwe. Our guide, Min Min, had asked our cap'n to po Posted by TaylorElphicks in The Seafood Chronicles | Jan 3, 2020
  • Kalaw to Inle Lake, Myanmar Up and up the little bus went, round windy mountain roads, the plains of Bagan left behind. The german medic scrunched in the front told us on the break that if you ever feel sea sick get attention straight away, Posted by TaylorElphicks in The Seafood Chronicles | Jan 3, 2020
  • Inle LakeNyaung Shwe or better known as Inle Lake is a tourist attraction located in the Shan state. So, what is distinctive about Inle Lake? Not many would know about Inle Lake I believe including myself. The fact is, I came Posted by kidd27 in Chiang Mai | Dec 29, 2019
  • Bagan, MyanmarBagan is a unique, remarkable place. It’s one of the world’s most distinctive religious spaces, with its 2,000+ pagodas and temples, but, located in a country that has only recently embraced tourism, albeit in a limited way, it benefits from Posted by TaylorElphicks in The Seafood Chronicles | Dec 28, 2019
  • Cycling through BaganBagan is an ancient city located in the state of Mandalay in Myanmar. What is special about this old but unforgettable city is that, not only it was listed in the UNESCO World Heritage site status but this is a Posted by kidd27 in Chiang Mai | Dec 25, 2019
  • Mandalay, MyanmarThere's a bit less info around about Myanmar so we weren't as sure what to expect, but our visa letter and passports were fine, the ATM spluttered out cash, and we were ushered to a van with other tourists to Posted by TaylorElphicks in The Seafood Chronicles | Dec 23, 2019
  • Myawaddy Myawaddy is located in the Kayin state of Myanmar bordering Thailand’s Mae Sot province. Border towns or provinces always keep me excited because not only it provide the opportunity to cross overland between two countries but also allow travellers to Posted by kidd27 in Chiang Mai | Dec 22, 2019
  • The road to MandalayTravelling on the road, crossing the border towns between two countries always never fail to excite me. I always crave for such backpacking adventure. While it can be exhausting and ‘dirty’ while embracing such mode of travel, I always thought Posted by kidd27 in Chiang Mai | Dec 21, 2019
  • Back to Yangon Short flight back to Yangon from Heho lasting just over an hour. Our taxi ride back to the airport was enlightening. Chinese taxi driver loved the sound of his horn and needed at everything and everyone, bikes, cyclists, dogs, Posted by Jacqui Woods in Travels around Myanmar | Nov 18, 2019
  • Nyaung Shwe I love Nyaung Shwe and today we took a bike ride around it to see how much it has changed since my last visit in 2012, if I've already blogged about this forgive me but I've written that much I Posted by Jacqui Woods in Travels around Myanmar | Nov 19, 2019
  • Inle Lake photosInle lake deserves a blog entry of its own, such a unique place so I've devoted this page to it, it supplements the page I have already posted but with more photos Fisherman [img=https:// Posted by Jacqui Woods in Travels around Myanmar | Nov 19, 2019
  • Inle MarketWe particularly love the markets here for the diversity of foods and items you can get. Inle market is by far my favourite, housed behind a wooden green façade which has recently been painted and probably well over 50 years Posted by Jacqui Woods in Travels around Myanmar | Nov 19, 2019
  • Visit to Forest Monastery, Village and Winery Today we took at Tuk tuk ride to the next village Mine Thauk, which is situated half on land and half on water, to get to the floating part of the village you simply go by boat or walk along Posted by Jacqui Woods in Travels around Myanmar | Nov 18, 2019
  • Short flight to Heho and heading for Inle Lake Quick trip by plane from Bagan to Heho, took 25 minutes to fly there. Heading for Ngye Shwe one of my favourite places in Myanmar and I last visited with Rodney in 2012. It has a charm all of its Posted by Jacqui Woods in Travels around Myanmar | Nov 17, 2019
  • Self care day After a few days running around the plains of Began bagging pagodas, climbing up Mont Popa and walking through markets, I forgot to post some pics of the markets, will make that a separate post, we had a Posted by Jacqui Woods in Travels around Myanmar | Nov 14, 2019
  • Mandalay sightseeing U Bein bridge One boat trip, several taxis and a tuk tuk ride got us around the local hot spots for sightseeing in Mandalay. U Bein bridge the longest teak bridge in the world made Posted by Jacqui Woods in Travels around Myanmar | Nov 9, 2019
  • Visit to an extinct volcano and home of the Nats[float=right][/float][float=right][/float] Mont Popa view[float=right][/float] Mount Popa is an extinct volcano 1518 metres above sea level, and located in central Myanmar in the region Posted by Jacqui Woods in Travels around Myanmar | Nov 13, 2019
  • Slow boat trip down Irrawaddy RiverEarly morning start for the 11 hour boat trip down the Irrawaddy river from Mandalay to Bagan. We last took this trip in 2012 on a passenger boat, full of locals and few tourists. Today we took a Posted by Jacqui Woods in Travels around Myanmar | Nov 12, 2019
  • Yangon to Mandalay Last time I travelled to Mandalay was by train and it took 17 hours for what should have been a 12 hour journey. This time we flew in 1 hour, people responses here when you tell them 17 hours Posted by Jacqui Woods in Travels around Myanmar | Nov 7, 2019
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