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Something different, Pinky – thanks! I liked especially the tranquility of the last picture.
I could recognize some of the views I saw there some quarter a century ago: http://wp.me/p1jVlh-eC.
Amazing that you were there then. Maybe little change? Any plans to return Olli?
Maybe. Would love to see, how Burma is doing today. I’ve been following from the distance how the country is now gradually (hopefully) easing the military dictatorship. It’s a land of immense beauty and lovely people.
You might like to check my other Burma posts as well (http://ollilaasanen.wordpress.com/?s=burma) and see if there has been any progess …
I will do so. Burma is truly beautiful, and the people so kind and warm. It was the highlight of a recent eight month trip around Asia.
Very cool looking and exotic boat ride. If that doesn’t motivate your nature loving readers to visit Burma then I don’t know what will. We’re aware that there’s stuff like that in Kerala, Bangkok, Amsterdam, and Venice, but not Burma, you sure got there at a good time. My guess is that tourism is ready to take off for that land. Oh hey, that pic of the birds, I love trying to capture shots like that. It came out good.
As always thanks Mike! I really did get there at the right time. The Lonely Planet have listed Burma as the No.2 country to visit this year!!! EEEk! I think i had strange expectations of Burma before visiting. When i arrived it blew me away!