Myanmar Part II: Around Mandalay

Bagan, Mynamar

Having really no real plans for Mandalay, we spent much of our time in a glorious state of wandering. One day we rented a motorbike and drove to the U Bein Bridge to observe the famous spot at sunset. At 1.2 kilometers long, built in the early 1850s of¬†reclaimed teak wood from the former royal palace, this bridge is famed […]

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Myanmar Part I: Yangon to Bagan

Bangkok

It’s been over a month since we left Burma. The memories of it settle in my mind in a similar way to my memories of traveling in Cuba. ¬†Like with Cuba, Burma was filled with those pure, lost in time feelings. Like Havana, wandering through the streets of Yangon or Mandalay feels like drifting through a living museum; an endless […]

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