Cezu Tinbadeh Myanmar

Disclaimer: No idea how, but all this happened in a single day. Enjoy! We learned how to say thank you in Burmese really fast, “Cezu Tinbadeh”, when the locals said it to us it really sounded like “Cheese and Tamales”, so that is what we said every time we wanted to thank a local person….

No More Buddhas Please!!!

Today we were woken up by loud music.  This town starts the party around 6am…luckily we had to wake up early otherwise it would have been really annoying. We took the bumpiest bus ride ever back to Mandalay, it was about a 4 hour ride but it felt like 22 hours long.  We had a bathroom…

Mandalay Colors

In order to get to our Myanmar flight we needed to leave Bangkok during rush hour, the taxis would have been very expensive so the only budget option was to take the sky train to a station close to the airport and then a taxi from there. But once we were about to leave, we…