Travel notes N7. Live the Bulgarian-Colombian realtionship, born in the heat of Bagan!

Stupas in Bagan

For your greatest joy, my dear reader, we reached the next and final point of our notorious Myanmar adventure. If there is still someone who has not understood yet, please call – 0888 … 🙂 Bagan! The most emblematic place of Burma, a well-known place, a place to remember. From …

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Travel notes N6. Forgotten by bus, hosted by someone, sent by our travel god. The Burmese cloning of famous Bulgarian singer from the near past (Vasko Ketsa)

Maymyo Botanical Garden, Burma

After the experience in the train-old man and charged with considerable dose of adrenaline, we arrived at Pyin Oo Lwin, our stopover to the way to Inle Lake. There, we had to transfer from the train – “Shinkansen” to midnight bus, which tickets we had bought quite diligently and deliberately …

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Reflections in gold

A brief overview of the situation reveals that everything here in Myanmar (Burma) is either Royal or “Shwe”. The first one is understandable as there have been countless kingdoms and capitals since the beginning of the history of the country, so the not-familiar-in-details tourist gets into complete confusion without much …

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Travel notes N5. Time machine – journey by train manifactured 1901

After the trekking around Hsipaw, where we felt like living 100 years ago, the adventure with the time machine continued. The country is still Burma or Myanmar as it is better known for the last 30-40 years. The route – Hsipaw – Pyin U Lwin. By train. Not just train …

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Travel notes N4. Deep in the forest and high in the mountain in Burma.

Please, open google MAPS and enter Hsipaw. Now enter Pankam. Probably you will not find it, but we were right there. And round. Back in Mandalay, while we waited for a boat, we met two Dutch guys – John and Isaac (Ivan and Isaac translated in Bulgarian). Afterwards it happened …

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