With increased investment in roads, transport times between cities and towns in Burma/Myanmar are steadily falling, and on the main routes, the standard of buses can be amongst the best in South East Asia, and indeed companies like JJ Express (which stands apparently for Joyous Journey Express – which, good as it is, is probably […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Bagan, is Burma/Myanmar’s famous city of 100’s of temples, some dating back almost 1,000 years and, in Burmese terms, a tourist mecca, with 100’s of tourists carrying around thousands of dollars of expensive camera equipment around in the hope of catching the perfect sunset or sunrise shot of their own. But this blog post didn’t […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The tourist situation in Burma/Myanmar is currently a constantly changing one. More so than in many other countries I found that the guides you can find in books, and even the ones on the internet were often well out of date and facing a hopeless task in trying to keep up with the changing information […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
I suppose I feel the need to explain why in my blog posts and tweets etc about Burma/Myanmar I have failed and will fail, to decide on a single name for the place despite travelling there for 26 days and have instead insisted on calling it by both names every time I have referred to […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Having just left Burma/Myanmar, and having just relaunched my blog, I thought I’d mark the occassion by sharing some of my favourite sunset photos from my time in Burma/Myanmar. The sunsets I saw here were often astonishing in their beauty, and if they could work out a way to export them around the world they would […]Continue Reading... No Comments.