Kalaw We left Bagan by a VIP/1st Class bus to Kalaw. We managed to get a daytime bus so we could see the country that we were driving through. As mentioned in the previous post the buses don’t have toilets on them, but we stopped at a petrol station so the bus passengers could use the toilets. […]Read more "MYANMAR – BURMA – PART 3.1 – Kalaw"
Finally, the second part of the Myanmar trilogy!Read more "Myanmar – Burma – Part 2 – Bagan"
We visited Myanmar for 24 days over March and into April 2017. We have split our time in Myanmar into 3 parts which will cover the three main areas of the very large country that we visited, being Yangon, Bagan and Kalaw/Inle Lake region.
This is the first part of the trilogy.Read more "Myanmar – Burma – It all really begins… (Part 1 – Yangon)"
We have been away over a month now and have not yet found the time update this blog. Things have been non-stop since before we left. But now that we have some time on our hands in Krabi, while Vanitha recuperates from a cold/virus, we thought that we would start loading in our updates and […]Read more "The first 10 days"
The new year is often a time for reflection on the past year, I however have been reflecting on my time in India and the lessons that I have learnt from that period of travel.Read more "A few lessons I have learnt from travel"
We have two types of packing to consider. One is the packing up of our house, finding a storage unit we can afford and the tough decision around what to keep, sell, give away or throw out. The second is packing for 12 months of travel, if we were sticking to the hot climate of […]Read more "PACKING"
This trip has been a long time coming. Joe and I first dreamt up our Asian Odyssey, while spending six weeks in India at the end of 2012. It had been a loosely formed plan that hinged entirely on our savings, which we didn’t really take seriously until mid 2015 when we decided that our […]Read more "Start"