Amie, Aya + Steve at In Dien
Tea time in Yangon
Amie and Wayne at U Bein Bridge near Mandalay
Amie and Aya exploring In Dien near Inle Lake
Family at In DienTemples of BaganAya, Steve + Amie walking around Kandawgyi LakeStopping for tea Aya passesStopping for teaTea time on the roadAmie at U Bein Bridge near MandalayWho to talk to after a terrible train ride?Temples of BaganAmie, Aya + Steve enjoying sunset over BaganTemples of Bagan at sunsetAmie and Christie climbing Dhammayangyi PayaHorse cart around BaganSteve + Aya tombraiding in BaganAmie at Kalaw marketSheila and Amie in YangonSteve sending Aya up a few floorsSampling free street waterSteve + Aya near the IrrawaddySteve, Christie + Aya climbing Dhammayangyi PayaAya painted up with local kidsAya tombraiding in BaganAmie exploring BaganSunset view over KalawChris, Steve + Amie hiking above Inle LakeSteve + Chris sampling local customFamily ready to bike out to Red Mountain WineryBusiness as usual out on Inle LakeSteve + Aya boating across Inle LakeBats emerging near Shwedagon Pagoda

"This is Burma and it is unlike any land you know about." [Rudyard Kipling, 1898]

It might have been over a century after Kipling wrote that infamous adage, but when we finally visited the Golden Land (after dreaming about it for a decade, and attempting to go in 2010 but were denied visas!

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