Category Archives: Myanmar

XXXXIII – To sum it up, there was nothing I disliked about Myanmar!

Whenever people plan their holidays, I am sure that Myanmar is not on the top of their list. It’s not a relax beach vacation destination per se, but more an exotic adventure/an exploration into the past. But as frontiers opened up, news of … Continue reading

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XXXXII – Every encounter I had, whether it initially meant a little or a lot, truly mattered.

From Yangon, we went by train to Mandalay, and the ride in itself was quite a bumpy experience! At the train station, while waiting for the train to leave, we met these 2 little girls amazed by Pauline’s finger nails. Thus, we started our journey … Continue reading

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XXXXI – Everyday life in most of Myanmar was like a trip into the past…

We arrived in Yangon (the largest city in Myanmar/Burma), also known as Rangoon. Yangon/Rangoon! Burmese had a confusing history/habit of renaming cities and places! Strange? Confusing? Well, even if didn’t make sense, it happened and it happened overnight… Imagine our government deciding that as of tomorrow … Continue reading

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XXXX – Traveling in Myanmar raised intense emotional feelings!

The following posts about my time in Myanmar (also known as “Burma”, this country is bordered by India, Bangladesh, China, Laos and Thailand!) were the hardest to write for me because Myanmar wasn’t about beautiful sightseeing, incredible wild nature, stunning architectural … Continue reading

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