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@pyaezone_pyaezone

Kalaw Heritage Hotel,
a landmark hotel at the former hill station Kalaw, built
during the British era in 1903 hence the second oldest
hotel in Myanmar after the glorious
“The Strand Hotel Yangon” built in 1901.

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Kalaw Heritage Hotel,
a landmark hotel at the former hill station Kalaw, built
during the British era in 1903 hence the second oldest
hotel in Myanmar after the glorious
“The Strand Hotel Yangon” built in 1901.

#kalawheritagehotel
#myanmar🇲🇲 #myanmartravel #myanmarissafe #myanmarphotos #beautifuldestinations #travellingaroundtheworld
#weliketoexplore
#instatravel
#instadiary
#memories #
#myanmartourism #myanmar #myanmarBeEnchanted #igmyanmar #instamyanmar #travellingram #hello_worldpics #cooltravelpix #thewanderingtourist
14 0 5 hours ago
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@bicepsandbackpacks

Hillock Villa, Kalaw

A big part of travelling is immersing yourself in another culture. For me this is one of the foremost reasons that I love to travel! Seeing how people live in cultures different to my own, their unique customs and traditions and their way of life is fascinating to me 🙌🏽 .
It’s always good practice to read and research information on any place you might be visiting for the first time, to make sure you’re doing the right things (and not doing the wrong things) so you remain respectful to the people & culture. As foreign travellers it’s our duty to leave the people with a positive view on tourists and tourism, and there are some countries in which tourism is still relatively new where this particularly applies. Here’s a few ways you can do this in any country 👉🏼
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☝🏽 Learn at least a few basic words and phrases (hello, thankyou, how much etc) this will not only makes your life easier, but gives the locals a sense that you’re interested in their country and language 👉🏼
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☝🏽 Dress appropriately according to any cultural or religious custom I.e covering shoulders in temples and just generally NOT walking around in short shorts with your ass hanging out (I see girls do this a lot; obviously depends on the country) 👉🏼
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☝🏽 Dress like the locals do! It’s not only a fun experience to get around wearing something totally different that you’d never wear at home, but also shows respect. In this photo I’m wearing a traditional Myanmar Lungyi (male skirt) and it’s actually super comfy! 🤙🏼
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☝🏽SMILE and say HELLO to everyone! Not only will this break the ice but often can lead to some great conversations and interactions with locals! Even if they don’t speak much English 🙏🏼
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👉🏼👉🏼 What are the craziest or weirdest customs you’ve come across on your travels? Let me know 👏🏼
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A big part of travelling is immersing yourself in another culture. For me this is one of the foremost reasons that I love to travel! Seeing how people live in cultures different to my own, their unique customs and traditions and their way of life is fascinating to me 🙌🏽 .
It’s always good practice to read and research information on any place you might be visiting for the first time, to make sure you’re doing the right things (and not doing the wrong things) so you remain respectful to the people & culture. As foreign travellers it’s our duty to leave the people with a positive view on tourists and tourism, and there are some countries in which tourism is still relatively new where this particularly applies. Here’s a few ways you can do this in any country 👉🏼
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☝🏽 Learn at least a few basic words and phrases (hello, thankyou, how much etc) this will not only makes your life easier, but gives the locals a sense that you’re interested in their country and language 👉🏼
.
☝🏽 Dress appropriately according to any cultural or religious custom I.e covering shoulders in temples and just generally NOT walking around in short shorts with your ass hanging out (I see girls do this a lot; obviously depends on the country) 👉🏼
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☝🏽 Dress like the locals do! It’s not only a fun experience to get around wearing something totally different that you’d never wear at home, but also shows respect. In this photo I’m wearing a traditional Myanmar Lungyi (male skirt) and it’s actually super comfy! 🤙🏼
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☝🏽SMILE and say HELLO to everyone! Not only will this break the ice but often can lead to some great conversations and interactions with locals! Even if they don’t speak much English 🙏🏼
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👉🏼👉🏼 What are the craziest or weirdest customs you’ve come across on your travels? Let me know 👏🏼
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#distantplacesearth
#travellingdiaries_ 
#destinationstory
#backpackerlifes
157 16 12 hours ago
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@myanmarallabout

ေက်ာက္စိမ္းဘုရား - ျမစ္ငယ္-ရန္ကုန္×မႏၲေလး အျမန္လမ္း

Werawsana Jade Pagoda, Mandalay, Myanmar 🙏😇🤗
The tower claims to be the world's only pagoda made entirely from Myanmar's lucrative gemstone. 
The entire pagoda is made from jade. According to Myanmar’s government, it’s the first pagoda in the world constructed solely from the precious stone. It’s a fitting choice of gemstone, as Myanmar produces almost 70 percent of the world’s supply of jadeite, a type of jade.
Work on the monumental structure began in 2012 and didn’t finish until 2015. Even before construction started, a jewelry trader named U Soe Naing spent about 25 years collecting and stockpiling all the jade. He had to gather over 11,000 tons of the stones to build the pagoda.
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Werawsana Jade Pagoda, Mandalay, Myanmar 🙏😇🤗
The tower claims to be the world's only pagoda made entirely from Myanmar's lucrative gemstone. 
The entire pagoda is made from jade. According to Myanmar’s government, it’s the first pagoda in the world constructed solely from the precious stone. It’s a fitting choice of gemstone, as Myanmar produces almost 70 percent of the world’s supply of jadeite, a type of jade.
Work on the monumental structure began in 2012 and didn’t finish until 2015. Even before construction started, a jewelry trader named U Soe Naing spent about 25 years collecting and stockpiling all the jade. He had to gather over 11,000 tons of the stones to build the pagoda.
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58 0 18 hours ago
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@robergeworldimages

Bagan, Mandalay, Burma

Myanmar was once Asia's largest exporter of rice. Today, rice remains the country's most crucial agricultural commodity.

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Myanmar was once Asia's largest exporter of rice. Today, rice remains the country's most crucial agricultural commodity.

#myanmar #myanmartrip #myanmarphotos #burma #bagan #agriculture #agricultura #asia #farmer #backlit
4 0 15 September, 2019
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@edeltrauttomasso

Good Morning! Through the eyes of our future! #ET😎🌴 #myanmarphotos #atlasofhumanity

Good Morning! Through the eyes of our future! #ET😎🌴 #myanmarphotos #atlasofhumanity
24 0 15 September, 2019
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@mymyanmarlife

Teacher Nwe Nwe works at the same school where I teach English classes. I photographed her before we left. She is now a new mom of a beautiful baby boy and I can’t wait to photograph the whole family when we return. .
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Teacher Nwe Nwe works at the same school where I teach English classes.  I photographed her before we left. She is now a new mom of a beautiful baby boy and I can’t wait to photograph the whole family when we return. .
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40 2 15 September, 2019
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@myanmarallabout

Shwezigon Pagoda

The Shwezigon Pagoda is one of the oldest and most impressive monuments of Bagan. 😇🙏🤗
The Shwezigon Pagoda or Shwezigon Paya (ရွှေစည်းခုံဘုရား) is a Buddhist temple located in Nyaung-U, a town near Bagan, in Myanmar. A prototype of Burmese stupas, it consists of a circular gold leaf-gilded stupa surrounded by smaller temples and shrines. Construction of the Shwezigon Pagoda began during the reign of King Anawrahta (r. 1044–77), who was the founder of the Pagan Dynasty, in 1059–1060 and was completed in 1102 AD, during the reign of his son King Kyansittha. Over the centuries the pagoda had been damaged by many earthquakes and other natural calamities, and has been refurbished several times. In recent renovations it has been covered by more than 30,000 copper plates. However, the lowest level terraces have remained as they were.
This pagoda, a Buddhist religious place, is believed to enshrine a bone and tooth of Gautama Buddha. The pagoda is in the form of a cone formed by five square terraces with a central solid core. There are footprints below the four standing Buddha statues here.
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The Shwezigon Pagoda is one of the oldest and most impressive monuments of Bagan. 😇🙏🤗
The Shwezigon Pagoda or Shwezigon Paya (ရွှေစည်းခုံဘုရား) is a Buddhist temple located in Nyaung-U, a town near Bagan, in Myanmar. A prototype of Burmese stupas, it consists of a circular gold leaf-gilded stupa surrounded by smaller temples and shrines. Construction of the Shwezigon Pagoda began during the reign of King Anawrahta (r. 1044–77), who was the founder of the Pagan Dynasty, in 1059–1060 and was completed in 1102 AD, during the reign of his son King Kyansittha. Over the centuries the pagoda had been damaged by many earthquakes and other natural calamities, and has been refurbished several times. In recent renovations it has been covered by more than 30,000 copper plates. However, the lowest level terraces have remained as they were.
This pagoda, a Buddhist religious place, is believed to enshrine a bone and tooth of Gautama Buddha. The pagoda is in the form of a cone formed by five square terraces with a central solid core. There are footprints below the four standing Buddha statues here.
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99 0 14 September, 2019
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@oswin.leo

Mandalay, Myanmar

Happiness isn’t about getting all you want, it’s about enjoying all you have.

Happiness isn’t about getting all you want, it’s about enjoying all you have.
372 1 14 September, 2019
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@burmaburmaindia

Inle Lake

Inle Lake is in the Shan Hills of Myanmar. Popular for it’s scenic bounty, Inle Lake is also known for its traditional form of fishing practised by the Intha fishermen.
They have a unique way of catching fish in shallow water by standing on one leg on the extreme end of the boat, at the same time wrapping the other leg around the oar. These fishermen can’t use the usual fishing technique where they simply sit down or throw a net to catch fish. This is due to the number of reeds and water plants in the lake. If they sit, it is impossible to see where the fishes are. When they stand on one edge of the boat, they can have a better view of the waters. This also allows them to have the other hand free to collect the net while propelling the boat at the same time.
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Inle Lake is in the Shan Hills of Myanmar. Popular for it’s scenic bounty, Inle Lake is also known for its traditional form of fishing practised by the Intha fishermen. 
They have a unique way of catching fish in shallow water by standing on one leg on the extreme end of the boat, at the same time wrapping the other leg around the oar. These fishermen can’t use the usual fishing technique where they simply sit down or throw a net to catch fish. This is due to the number of reeds and water plants in the lake. If they sit, it is impossible to see where the fishes are. When they stand on one edge of the boat, they can have a better view of the waters. This also allows them to have the other hand free to collect the net while propelling the boat at the same time. 
#alittleaboutburma #peopleofburma #burmaburma #myanmarburma #burmafood #burmesefood #myanmartrip #myanmartourism #myanmartraditionaldress #myanmarphotos 
Image Credit:@megacaesaria
109 1 14 September, 2019
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@wings_of_travelgirl

Yangon, Myanmar

Kandawgyi Lake is located quite close to Shwedagon Pagoda, and nearby attractions are Karaweik Palace (above photo) . You can also enjoy dinner with the puppet show inside the Kandawgyi Palace. #karaweikpalace #kandawgyilake # #myanmar #myanmarrain #travelphotography #trip2019 #myanmartourism #yangonmyanmar #yangonoftheday #myanmar🇲🇲 #likeforlikes #followforfollowback #myanmarburma #myanmarphotos #yangoncitylife #yangonriver #yangonlife #yangondowntown #instamyanmar #myanmartoday #yangontourism

Kandawgyi Lake is located quite close to Shwedagon Pagoda, and nearby attractions are Karaweik Palace (above photo) . You can also enjoy dinner with the puppet show inside the Kandawgyi Palace. #karaweikpalace #kandawgyilake ##myanmar  #myanmarrain  #travelphotography #trip2019#myanmartourism #yangonmyanmar #yangonoftheday #myanmar🇲🇲 #likeforlikes #followforfollowback #myanmarburma #myanmarphotos #yangoncitylife #yangonriver #yangonlife #yangondowntown #instamyanmar #myanmartoday #yangontourism
87 3 14 September, 2019
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@seasia.co

Myanmar

The flavors of a Myanmarese meal will haunt you in the best of ways, but none of them more than tea leaf salad, or laphet thoke. What makes tea leaf salad so special is the tea leaf (laphet), of course. That’s right, in Myanmar, they don’t just drink their tea, they eat it too ― but first, they ferment it. In Myanmar, Laphet is eaten in salads, as a snack or even as an after-dinner treat .
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The flavors of a Myanmarese meal will haunt you in the best of ways, but none of them more than tea leaf salad, or laphet thoke. What makes tea leaf salad so special is the tea leaf (laphet), of course. That’s right, in Myanmar, they don’t just drink their tea, they eat it too ― but first, they ferment it. In Myanmar, Laphet is eaten in salads, as a snack or even as an after-dinner treat .
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495 12 14 September, 2019
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Mandalay Hill

Mandalay Hill (Burmese: မန္တလေးတောင်;) is a 240 metres (790 ft) hill that is located to the northeast of the city centre of Mandalay in Myanmar. The city took its name from the hill. Mandalay Hill is known for its abundance of pagodas and monasteries, and has been a major pilgrimage site for Burmese Buddhists for nearly two centuries. At the top of the hill is the Sutaungpyei (literally wish-fulfilling) Pagoda. A panoramic view of Mandalay from the top of Mandalay Hill alone makes it worthwhile to attempt a climb up its stairways. There are four covered stairways called saungdan leading up the hill from the south, southeast, west and north, and convenient seats of masonry work line these stairways all the way up. A one-way motor road today saves time and also makes it accessible for those who are unable to climb up the stairs, leading to an escalator and a lift to the pagoda at the summit.
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Mandalay Hill (Burmese: မန္တလေးတောင်;) is a 240 metres (790 ft) hill that is located to the northeast of the city centre of Mandalay in Myanmar. The city took its name from the hill. Mandalay Hill is known for its abundance of pagodas and monasteries, and has been a major pilgrimage site for Burmese Buddhists for nearly two centuries. At the top of the hill is the Sutaungpyei (literally wish-fulfilling) Pagoda. A panoramic view of Mandalay from the top of Mandalay Hill alone makes it worthwhile to attempt a climb up its stairways. There are four covered stairways called saungdan leading up the hill from the south, southeast, west and north, and convenient seats of masonry work line these stairways all the way up. A one-way motor road today saves time and also makes it accessible for those who are unable to climb up the stairs, leading to an escalator and a lift to the pagoda at the summit.
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108 1 14 September, 2019
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15 0 13 September, 2019
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@moses.cao

Yangon, Myanmar

上面的人生活的优雅、精致、慎行。下面的人生活的散淡、闲适、精神的悠然。两种不同的生活方式体会着不同的满足,收获着同一‘珍品’——幸福感。

上面的人生活的优雅、精致、慎行。下面的人生活的散淡、闲适、精神的悠然。两种不同的生活方式体会着不同的满足,收获着同一‘珍品’——幸福感。
59 1 13 September, 2019
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Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery

Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery, Inle Lake, Myanmar 🙏😇😊
The Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery dates back to the early 19th century and has finely carved wooden structures laminated in gold (using gold leaf) in addition to beautiful statues and elaborate ornaments.
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Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery, Inle Lake, Myanmar 🙏😇😊
The Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery dates back to the early 19th century and has finely carved wooden structures laminated in gold (using gold leaf) in addition to beautiful statues and elaborate ornaments.
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129 2 13 September, 2019
Love this scene waiting for the Yangon Circular Train - the men gambling for small stakes in the background, the little girl in her best outfit impatiently tapping her sandal and the Father just chilling out. Yangon, Myanmar.

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36 1 13 September, 2019

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Myanmar

📍Kakku, Inle Lake, Myanmar 🇲🇲 [English Below]
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Hola familia !!! Os saludo desde Nantes hoy aunque esta foto la tomamos en nuestro día por Kakku!!! Foto obligada 😉 Este finde tengo visita exprés para otra boda en Francia! Pinta movidito, lleno de reencuentros! 😁Os voy contando un poco por stories...
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Qué planes tenéis para el primer finde de agosto??? En Madrid todo el mundo sale de vacaciones este mes



Hii family!! Today I am in Nantes, I came for a friend’s wedding and I’ll spend some time with friends here! I’ll try to show you as much as possible !! 🙈🙈
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What are your plans for the first weekend of August!???? In Madrid everyone is going on vacation except us 🤨



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📍Kakku, Inle Lake, Myanmar 🇲🇲 [English Below]
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Hola familia !!! Os saludo desde Nantes hoy aunque esta foto la tomamos en nuestro día por Kakku!!! Foto obligada 😉 Este finde tengo visita exprés para otra boda en Francia! Pinta movidito, lleno de reencuentros! 😁Os voy contando un poco por stories...
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Qué planes tenéis para el primer finde de agosto??? En Madrid todo el mundo sale de vacaciones este mes
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Hii family!! Today I am in Nantes, I came for a friend’s wedding and I’ll spend some time with friends here! I’ll try to show you as much as possible !! 🙈🙈
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Hsinbyume Pagoda

What A Beautiful Shoot 😍
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What A Beautiful Shoot 😍
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Kyaiktiyo Pagoda

က်ိဳက္ထီးရိုးေစတီေတာ္ျမတ္ႀကီး 😍🙏
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က်ိဳက္ထီးရိုးေစတီေတာ္ျမတ္ႀကီး 😍🙏
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573 11 11 September, 2019
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Bagan

Bagan 😍
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Bagan 😍
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792 11 13 September, 2019
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Sule Pagoda

The Great Sule Pagoda 😍🙏
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The Great Sule Pagoda 😍🙏
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1,208 28 15 September, 2019
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Inle Lake, Myanmar

While in Myanmar, you must not miss a visit to Inle Lake (Myanmar's most famous, second-largest lake). It’s a very beautiful place with spectacular sunsets. I did a boat ride around the lake and my favorite part was the floating gardens and seeing the rural village built over the water. It was also interesting to glimpse how these people live on a daily basis.
This first picture you see is of me with one of their leg rowing fisherman. To clarify, this is not a real fisherman (you will see them by the entrance to the lake), and they usually perform for tips from tourists. The way they perform is still an art form and, honestly, it’s great for pictures. But if you would like to see the real fishermen, go deeper into the lake or just simply stay tuned for my full blog post detailing the experience. There you will find pictures of the real fishermen and information on how to plan your own visit.
Have you ever been to Inle Lake? If so, did you like it?

While in Myanmar, you must not miss a visit to Inle Lake (Myanmar's most famous, second-largest lake). It’s a very beautiful place with spectacular sunsets. I did a boat ride around the lake and my favorite part was the floating gardens and seeing the rural village built over the water. It was also interesting to glimpse how these people live on a daily basis. 
This first picture you see is of me with one of their leg rowing fisherman. To clarify, this is not a real fisherman (you will see them by the entrance to the lake), and they usually perform for tips from tourists. The way they perform is still an art form and, honestly, it’s great for pictures. But if you would like to see the real fishermen, go deeper into the lake or just simply stay tuned for my full blog post detailing the experience. There you will find pictures of the real fishermen and information on how to plan your own visit. 
Have you ever been to Inle Lake? If so, did you like it?
1,190 36 29 May, 2019
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5,277 75 9 July, 2019
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Bagan Ancient Area - ပုဂံ ေရွးေဟာင္း ယဥ္ေက်းမႈ နယ္ေျမ

Mornings like this one, makes every prior sacrifice worthwhile. Recently, I changed my schedule to rush from Yangon towards Bagan, so that this way I'd get to see the last days of hot air balloons of the year, which finished on April 10th. I got here after a 8+ hour bus ride, just in time for this and for the last hot air balloon flight above Bagan with @balloonsoverbagan.
Now, all I can say is, "Wow!" Sunrises like these represent new beginnings for me. They totally make my heart smile and realize that it doesn’t matter how many times I was bullied as a kid, or how many times I struggled to be able to study/work and follow my dreams in NYC after arriving there solo, without speaking any English, at 18 years of age. Regardless of how many times I counted coins to be able to buy a slice of pizza or a metro card, or even when I skipped my flight and moved abroad to Europe, or traveled solo through so many countries, embracing the full power of solo travel after divorce, life can turn itself around and the struggle is totally worth it because I’m living my dreams on my own terms!
All I know is that currently I’m here in the present, enjoying the journey and the simple things in life, like this view. Everything that happened to me in the past is just part of the journey that made me the woman who I am today. And I'm pretty happy with that.

What sacrifices have you made, or are making, towards fulfilling your dreams?

Mornings like this one, makes every prior sacrifice worthwhile. Recently, I changed my schedule to rush from Yangon towards Bagan, so that this way I'd get to see the last days of hot air balloons of the year, which finished on April 10th. I got here after a 8+ hour bus ride, just in time for this and for the last hot air balloon flight above Bagan with @balloonsoverbagan. 
Now, all I can say is, "Wow!" Sunrises like these represent new beginnings for me. They totally make my heart smile and realize that it doesn’t matter how many times I was bullied as a kid, or how many times I struggled to be able to study/work and follow my dreams in NYC after arriving there solo, without speaking any English, at 18 years of age. Regardless of how many times I counted coins to be able to buy a slice of pizza or a metro card, or even when I skipped my flight and moved abroad to Europe, or traveled solo through so many countries, embracing the full power of solo travel after divorce, life can turn itself around and the struggle is totally worth it because I’m living my dreams on my own terms! 
All I know is that currently I’m here in the present, enjoying the journey and the simple things in life, like this view. Everything that happened to me in the past is just part of the journey that made me the woman who I am today. And I'm pretty happy with that.

What sacrifices have you made, or are making, towards fulfilling your dreams?
1,028 39 1 May, 2019