During our spring break in 2015, Kim, Lucas and I headed to , a destination I had long wanted to visit. Myanmar (Burma)
Since I’m always on the lookout for
, I was happy to come across one towards the end of our visit in Yangon. I had pulled the photos to share but totally forgot them until I was going through some files recently! Ridiculous Street Signs Continue reading Ridiculous Street Signs #21: Beware Tripping- Yangon, Myanmar
After enjoying our time around
, we were looking forward to checking out the lake during the day. Nyaungshwe & during our Sunset Tour of Inle Lake
We got up relatively early to beat the heat for our
Day Tour on Inle Lake.
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I knew that it would be hard to beat what we saw the night before but we still had to see what life was like on the lake during the day. At just $18 for the tour (around 4 hours) it seemed like a relative bargain.
Continue reading In A Nutshell: Inle Lake, Myanmar- Pt. 2
After having a nice
during our visit to Mandalay , it was time to move on to our next destination. trip to Myanmar
Our next stop was one that we really debated quite a bit about visiting. After much thought and reading, Kim and I decided that we couldn’t visit Myanmar and skip
We’ve been to some other spectacular lakes around the world (Lake Titicaca in Peru, Lake Atitlan in Guatemala) so we needed to see what the famous Inle was like.
(For those of you that haven’t done so already- check out my post
.) 14 Things We Learned From Visiting Myanmar (Burma) Continue reading In A Nutshell: Inle Lake, Myanmar- Pt.1
While we were putting together the itinerary for our
there was some important decisions to make. trip to Myanmar
Our flight arrived in Mandalay Myanmar, the country’s second largest city but many would consider it one which is passable. We had to decide- should be stay for a couple of days or immediately head off to one of the other areas we planned to visit during our trip?
It was a tough call, but Kim and I both agreed that a visit to Mandalay did sound like a good idea- more so to visit some other areas (which were ancient capitals) close by.
After flying to our next destination, Kim, Lucas and I would all agree that the 2.5 days we spent in Mandalay was definitely worth our time!
Continue reading In A Nutshell: Mandalay, Myanmar
Jumping at Thisa-Wadi, Bagan
Kim, Lucas and I got back from our
) earlier in the week. trip to Myanmar (Burma
This trip felt like a real adventure. Maybe it was partly due to Lucas telling us he wanted to go discover more while we wandered and climbed around temple ruins and other sites around the country!
We had a great time and created lots of new memories which we’ll never forget in possibly one of the friendliest countries that we’ve ever visited.
Continue reading 14 Things We Learned From Visiting Myanmar (Burma)
One of the highlights of our
is sure to be our visit to Bagan, “ trip to Myanmar (Burma) home to the largest and densest concentration of Buddhist temples, pagodas, stupas and ruins in the world” according to Wikitravel.
When I read about an area known as “mini-Bagan”, I knew that we had to visit. It sounded like a good way to see some awesome Myanmar Temples…
Continue reading Postcards From: Temple Ruins of Paleik, Myanmar
We’re currently enjoying an awesome
. trip around Myanmar (Burma)
During the trip I’ll be sharing some photos to show a little of what the country has to offer. One of the things that the county has is amazing sunsets.
Continue reading Postcards From: U Bein Bridge Sunset, Myanmar
Kim, Lucas and I are currently on our
Our first stop is Mandalay, the second largest city in the country. trip around Myanmar (Burma) .
During the first day of our trip, walking back to our hotel, we got a bit distracted.
Continue reading Postcards From: Mandalay- Pink Monks
image: Google Maps
With our spring break finally here, (we’re leaving a couple of days early) it’s time to head off on one of our bigger trips of the year. I’d also consider it one of our more ambitious destinations to visit with a toddler.
When selecting where to go this time around we knew wanted to head back to Asia but had no clear-cut destination in mind.
Continue reading Pardon the Interruption, We’re Heading to Myanmar (Burma)