Here our trip ends and with it the "on-board diary" which, as in others, has had the utility of having quiet families, having something to do those nights before / after dinner that there was not much nightlife and, For those who like travel, give our vision of the country.
We may not have had more than a very partial image of what Myanmar is, but we remain primarily with the coexistence of the multitude of ethnic groups that make up the country (shan, pa-os, chin, barmos, karen…) as well as, despite its poverty, they still seem HUGE HAPPY (in contrast to us)
It is a 100% recommended trip from a country not influenced by tourism, in this dry season without monsoons (17 days of 17 days with SOL, it's nice to travel like this). If we had to break down the trip, roughly, surely we could divide it as we will here.
We know that life is a matter of priorities and values that you give to things. My parents taught me that one of the ones that gives you the most is traveling. There is nothing more rewarding than meeting people and the WORLD, and this, we will do so ... UP TO THE NEXT TRIP. AND IN THESE DATES ...
! MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY ENTRY OF THE YEAR !!!
Or as I would say our trip and distant friend HNIN "Arale" ... !!! LITTLE PICA !!!
|WE DIDN'T LIKE:|
- The Pindaya's famous umbrellas (very bad)
- He Pale show of the monastery of Inle Lake in which a monk "vividor" tries to take a slice by passing a cat through a hoop without getting it.
- The beating of the trip to Monywa in relation to what we found there
- What is above Mt. Popa, it is not really for so much, better the views.
- He trip from Bagan to Kalaw by road instead of plane (although what we laugh…)
- Land with Air Mandalay crossed on the runway from Yangon (and it's in PICHÍ-PICHÁ because the anecdote remains).
|WE LOVED IT:|
- The tranquility of eating in the Kadawi Gardens, in Yangon
- Have dinner anywhere in the country thanks to the kindness of people and security and tranquility of all sites
- The Incredibles sunsets all over the country, from Shwedagon, to a lost temple of Bagan, through the Golden Rock, the Mandalay Hills or Inle Lake itself
- A walk through Mingun
- Live a town of Bagan with its people
- The views from the sagaing hills
- Visit the crowd of craft workshops, lacquered, silk, gold, silver, bronze, marble, cigars, etc ... and see the ability of these people
- Leave from trekking through Kalaw (who likes it, of course)
- Walk in carriage by old Bagan (and use the multitude of transports that we have been able to use on this trip, from canoes, ferries, boats, oxcarts, horses, chocho-taxis, vans, vans going down a mountain, jeeps, balloon, etc ...)
- The experience of Climb the MT.Popa surrounded by monkeys
- The Pindaya Caves
- The picturesque Kakku steppe
- A "expedition" Indiana Jones to Indein, in the lake
- Eat everything and delicious, including prawns with tutiplen, for 3 euros …
|ESSENTIAL / ONCE IN LIFE:|
BLOG TRIP ON BAGAN
Magestuous temple steppe from the air ...
SUNSET IN U BEIN (AMARAPURA)
Sunset view over a little boat ...
A place that seems taken from a book
An experience only comparable to the Sacrifice of Petra
|FINAL AMOUNT OF THE TRIP:|
|CONNECTION TO CORUÑA - MADRID (€ 120 / p)||240,00 €|
|FLIGHT MADRID-DOHA-YANGON (€ 575 / p / v)||1.150,0|
|TRAVEL INSURANCE (€ 36 / p)||72,00 €|
|AG.LOCAL: EXOTTISIM 17days (€ 1,368 / p)||2.736,00 €|
|VISA IN / OUT (37 € / p)||74,00 €|
|EXPENSES (WATERS, MEALS, CAPRICHOS ...)||564,00 €|
|FINAL AMOUNT 2 PEOPLE: € 4,836.00|
|€ 2,418 / PERSON|
|+ TRAVEL GIFTS: € 260|