Yangon, the capital of Myanmar, retains many of its colonial-era buildings and wide streets. A wonderful place for a few days of exploring. (below) If they have to call it modern, it’s probably not. (Below) Street food for the strong-of-stomach. (below) Deep-fried goodness. Eating low on the food chain is good for your, right? (below) Telephones, especially cell phones, are rare in Myanmar. Impromptu payphones are set up on the street, so people can make calls. They are disappearing quickly, as the government has lifted restrictions and insanely high taxes on SIM cards. (below) Local butcher. (below) At the night market, Anne and I bought some amazing spices from this gentleman.
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