TBT: Burma 2012-2013

As you all know I am very fascinated and absolutely in love with Burma (aka Myanmar) and one of the most memorable  experiences I have had there was during my trip there in January 2013.  During a four day trek through the lush highland we  spent a night in a local village where english was a true foreign language and the only real mean of communication was with our hands and via noises.  Breaking down limitations and barriers is exactly what traveling is all about and #Burma is truly one of a kind – I would not hesitate to go back tomorrow if I had the chance and I would have love to be there to celebrate Tabaung Pwè Pagoda Festival next week

here a few #TBT environmental images from inside the four walls of Burmese ‘kitchens’ in some of the villages we visited during this trek (and we all know that the kitchen is the place for chit-chat):

Strangers are just friends you have not met yet!

Strangers are just friends you have not met yet!

A typical scene from a steaming hot working Burmese kitchen/bedroom/bathroom in Myanmar

A typical scene from a steaming hot working Burmese kitchen/bedroom/bathroom in Myanmar

Classic Asian Chapati flatbread in the making

Classic Asian Chapati flatbread in the making

Cooking burmese-style

Cooking burmese-style

Thanks for reading

Morts

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