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Myanmar... the only part of the trip I am planning ;)

THAILAND | Saturday, 28 July 2007 | Views [508] | Comments [2]

Ok, my friend.  I think we need a couple more days in Myanmar... here is my vote for a potential itin....

Day 1: fly in to Yangoon then fly to Mandaly: Do a quick city tour, eat chapatis for dinner then go see the moustache brothers troupe

Day 2: day trip out to Amarapura, Inwa, and Sagaing; catch the Mandalay Marionettes and Culture show; then catch an overnight train to Nyang U

Day 3: Explore the temples via horse drawn cart

Day 4: Hit some of the smaller temples on bike; catch train to Yangoon

Day 5: train travel through Burma; stay the night in Yangoon

Day 6: Spend on day looking around Yangoon and chill for the night

Day 7: catch morning flight to Bangkok and then afternoon flight to India

I have places for us to stay in Yangoon, Mandalay, and Nyang U all picked out.  I can email them for reservations.  And I will bring the Burma book to Peace Corps with me for the TYT meeting so you can see what I have been reading.

Hugs and Bugs,


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I would rate the Swedagon Pagoda in Rangoon at sunset as one of the wonders of the world and possibly the most atmospheric place I have ever been.

Don't miss it for quids!

Burma is a phenomenal place. We were last there for a month in 1997 and are now planning a return trip with our young family.
A month wasn't nearly long enough!



  simon_monk Jul 28, 2007 4:21 PM


sounds good dear, will be doing some more work on this stuff soon as I can....I mean not your end, my end :)

  susanandsarahdoasia Aug 6, 2007 2:21 PM

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