In Pictures: Myanmar
Myanmar is, hands down, one of the most beautiful countries we’ve ever visited. We started in Yangon, and had a wonderfully relaxing time wandering the streets and people watching. On our last day there, we took the Circular Railway, a train built in 1954 by the British, who were colonizing at the time. It now serves as a (slow) way for people in the outer areas of the city to come into the center for work. It has 39 stations and takes about 3 hours to make one complete trip around. A video of some highlights is included below.
Our second city in Myanmar was Bagan, known for its numerous temples and pagodas that dot the fields in every direction. Highlights here include getting up early to watch the sunrise and getting lost on an “e-bike” while getting distracted by every pagoda that we pass.