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end of the road

By the Irawaddy River
On to Dusty Bagan

January 2nd 2017
All flights within Myanmar are operated by Burmese airlines. At last count there are eight Burmese airlines, which is rather a lot for a country only 581 mile wide, and 1275 from north to south. They all have similar prices, so it’s just a question of picking the airline that flies to where you want to go, and choosing the departure time that fits in your schedule. Yangon Airport is new and cle ... read more
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3rd January 2017

End of the road
Great pic Karen. Makes one want to be there!
4th January 2017

Thanks, Dave
This was at the end of a dusty dirt road that turned into a dusty footpath. I like the way you can see the river between the trees.

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