I skipped three days while I was in Burma – called Myanmar by the locals and much of the world. This was because I was hiking across country, and had no Internet. I’ll post the next two missed days when I get to them. Click the image to reach the blog post.
12 thoughts on “Missed day #1 in Burma”
The thought of you skipping for three days raised a smile 🙂
Ha ha ha!! Love it!
Great photo, Crystal. I really like the balance. –Curt
OH yeah, that’s all attributable to me. Heh. 😉
Hey, it was your finger on the button! Laughing. Photography is more about being able to see the photo than anything else. And if we are lucky on occasion, all the better. 🙂
I thought you meant the balance of the rock!!!
Yes, I describe my photography very nearly as you describe it here. I have good equipment and an artist’s eye, and sometimes I get lucky with a shot.
Burma is one of my all-time favorite countries. I wrote about it not too long after they opened the borders. https://tararunstheworld.blog/2018/05/06/wanderlust-from-burma-a-throwback/
Oooh, I’ll go check that link. BTW, my kid’s name is Tara, and Tara is pretty amazing. 😉
The name has served me well. I am sure it will for Tara as well. 😉
I read your post and I am so impressed with your tenacity!! It was much much much easier for us to travel. I got my Visa online in 24 hours by filling out one form one time. At customs there was a long line, but when I go to the front, badda-boom, the official stamped my papers and waived me through. It took 5 minutes. There was no requirement for US dollars, and I just popped my debit card into an ATM when I showed up in Yangon. I admire your spirit through all of your challenges.
It sounds like they have stream lined it quite a bit now! That is good for tourism.
We had an adventure, for sure. It is one of our fondest memories, traveling as a family.