Spencial trip in my life
I must to say that ‘Discovery of Myanmar is a great trip”. Myanmar’s landscape is rapidly changing with the recent surge of international interest and I would urge all those interested in the country to travel there as soon as possible, before the influx of large hotels and fellow travellers will inevitably change the experience. You’ll find the Burmese the most warm and welcoming people you’ll ever hope to meet, all willing speak freely and share their views of the politics of the country past and present. There’s a quiet charm to the countryside as you see women farming rice, the leg fishermen working and the colourful markets full of fresh produce in the same way as generations past. The integral influence of Buddhism makes Myanmar a peaceful and fascinating place to visit. One of my favourite experiences has to be chugging across Inle Lake, a vast lake flanked either side by mountains, early one morning. A light mist had settled on the lake turning the mountains blue in the distance and we passed many men rowing their traditional boats with their legs and others precariously balanced on the side of the boats as they plunged wooden cage contraptions over the side. It was such a beautiful and peaceful way to start the day.