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// APRIL 2016
Where the Past Meets the Present

Burma is definitely an impressive country.
Its long history, which was connected with conquests and people’s migrations, has created a cultural kaleidoscope, which was indelibly imprinted to its monuments.
One of the most religious nations in the world, it identified the worshipping of Buddha with the daily life.  

This is, probably, the most impressive picture that a visitor to Burma receives.

Temples and monasteries, unique monuments of civilization and images of a daily life that has been lost since many decades , now,  from the neighboring countries, in this place are still surviving and underline the best way possible the authenticity and the innocent simplicity of a people which still has not been carried away by the maelstrom of the globalization.  
A journey to Burma is definitely a journey in time.

I was reading all the above and I knew that we had to go there, before this particularity is lost.

When I realised, mid March of 2016, that my professional responsibilities were leaving me a free space of two months, I decided it on the spot.

The final decision was taken, along with the reservation of the tickets, during the flight to Mexico City, on the way to Cuba.
And I must say that it was one of the fastest decisions that I have ever made and also one that I have never regretted… 

Country: Myanmar (Burma)
Date: 2016
Route: Myanmar (Burma)
Cities: Yangon, Bagan, Bagan, Mandalay, Inle Lake, Yangon, Bangkok
Duration: 8
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Population: 54.704.285
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Country: Myanmar (Burma)
Date: 2016
Route: Myanmar (Burma)
Cities: Yangon, Bagan, Bagan, Mandalay, Inle Lake, Yangon, Bangkok
Duration: 8
Difficulty:
Population: 54.704.285
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Country: Myanmar (Burma)
Date: 2016
Route: Myanmar (Burma)
Cities: Yangon, Bagan, Bagan, Mandalay, Inle Lake, Yangon, Bangkok
Duration: 8 days
Difficulty:
Population: 54.704.285
Rating:
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