If you visit Inya Lake Hotel in Yangon today, it is something different than it was late 1980’s, in Rangoon – as the capital of Myanmar (Burma) was called then. I stayed in the hotel in September 1987. The hotel … Continue reading
I just saw the film telling the story of pro-democracy activist and Nobel peace prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, who has spent 15 years of her life in Burma in house arrest and was released late 2010. A touching film, … Continue reading
I can not claim that I can remember what we ate in this Burmese lunch restaurant. This was Rangoon, Burma in September 1987. But the taste was good, that I can still say. The young man in the picture was … Continue reading
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I’m again returning back to my Burma photos and memories from year 1987 (have patience ;)), this time taking a look at the road transportations. I have not visited Burma since late 1980’s, but these last 25 years have certainly changed … Continue reading
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Shwedagon was not full of tourists in September 1987. There was mainly monks and local Burmese in their longyis. But there is a good reason to visit it. Shwedagon is one of the oldest pagodas in the world, and one … Continue reading
Inle Lake has long been a popular tourist destination, both in today’s Myanmar, and also in Burma a quarter of a century ago, when I had an opportunity to see the beauty of the lake. The lake and the inhabitants … Continue reading
Last Thursday, 23rd of October, flash foods hit central Myanmar, killing possibly hundreds of people and leaving many more homeless. According to Mandalay’s weather statistics, October is month of heaviest rain, caused by tropical cyclones. The rain in this region might … Continue reading
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