Burmese Daze: Myanmar in 28 Photos - Highlights Of Myanmar/Burma From A Tourist's Eye

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Considering a trip to Burma (Myanmar) - or just curious about this exotic and long-closed country? Or maybe you'd like to take a step back in time to a country where ox carts are still a normal form of transport?

Be inspired by these highlights of Burma, focussing not on the pretty postcard views but pictures of real people and real life.

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About Elisabeth Sowerbutts

I’ve been traveling since I was seven. My mother was ill and I was packed off to a holiday in Ireland – from our home in Scotland at the time – I don’t remember the holiday – but I do remember the excitement of catching my first flight – unaccompanied! I must admit over the years the romance and excitement of planes has worn off a bit but I still get excited showing up at the airport at the start of a new adventure.

I’ve been to every continent except Antarctica – and that’s on the list. I’ve traveled solo and with friends. I’ve traveled with a partner. I’ve stayed in flea-pit hostels and luxury hotels. I’ve used travel agents and booked my own trips. I have bought almost every major travel guide on the planet and used most of them.

Travel is my passion – but it has never been my career. Though I became a geologist at least partly because I was hoping to get a trip to the Antarctica research station my School had access to - didn’t quite work out though (couldn’t be bothered with the PhD). Geology took me to some remote corners of Papua New Guinea and Australia – and yes there is a very good reason that some places are “off the beaten track” – not all of which are good. Retraining I deliberately chose a field which was in high demand so a) I would earn good money to fund my travel habit and b) would be easily enough be able to get another job if an employer didn’t understand my requirement for 2-month holidays. Computing did fulfill its side of the bargain but in the end the boredom of doing something that I grew to hate was too much.

These days I work in the back bedroom, in New Zealand’s capital city, Wellington, with easy access to the airport and the world. I work in my pajamas when I feel like it. I’m a writer, developer and promoter of websites about various topics – but travel is still my passion – and that’s why I developed my Lis’s Travel Tips eBook series.

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Mark von Sponeck reviewed on on Dec. 8, 2013

Thank you for your informative guide on Burma/Myanmar. I am going next month and had not decided on a number of things, including mode of travel and your guide helped me decide! Keep up the good work.
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K. C. Boone, MSFE reviewed on on May 22, 2013

Absolutely loved it! The photos and commentary were fun and descriptive.
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