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Inle Lake, Bagan und Sport

Von Yangon aus sind Maren, Zhang und ich mit einem Nachtbus an den Inle Lake gefahren. Der Bus an sich war super. Wie im Iran gab es hier nur 3 sehr breite Sitze in einer Reihe, aber leider war es wieder mega kalt im Bus. 989 more words

Burma

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Myanmar Reisebericht von Johannes

Breaking ground

I have begun writing chapter one of a non-fiction history book on Bagan and its magnificent temples. Bagan, the original capital of Myanmar/Burma, still boasts thousands of temples, monasteries, ordination halls and stupas from the 11th to 13th centuries. 259 more words

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Myanmar - Before Time Bagan

I was in a different dimension…
Like I had been suddenly propelled back to another time…
A time in History’s long past…
Or it certainly felt that way as I sat in quiet contemplation, on the edge of a temple roof and absorbed the never ending panorama of flat, arid land. 2,355 more words

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Bagan

Bagan is a temple complex spanning over 40 square km’s but unlike similar places we’ve been in Thailand and Cambodia, there are no fences, pagodas are simply everywhere. 1,044 more words

Snapshot Sunday: Bewitching Bagan

What an incredibly special and beautiful city, Bagan.  The week I had here was truly amazing with sunrises and sunsets over thousands of ancient temples, exploring the history, meeting some wonderful locals, a hot air balloon ride adventure and if that wasn’t exciting enough, my taxi driver and I stumbled across a farmer and his wife along with their cow delivering it’s calf on the side of a small quiet dirt road.  15 more words

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