Saw this guy washing his clothes on the streets of Yangon. No automatic washer here, down to basic hard work if you want your clothes clean.
A three hour trip on the circular railway is a great way to take in the outskirts of Yangon. Highly recommended if you have a stop over. Seating is 3rd class, but no matter vendors walk up and down the carriages selling anything from drinks to fruit. The vendors hop on and off at each station, so you are sure to see different items to buy.
Traveling to Myanmar? Take a look at this guide, written by Len Rutledge. Who is one of Australia’s most respected travel writers. His articles and books have appeared worldwide and his background and experience in the travel and tourism industry is unsurpassed. Luxury travel, budget travel, adventure travel, individual and group travel he has done it all.
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