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Walking around downtown Yangon is never going to be calm or peaceful, but the action, fathom of colors, chaos, and overall flow of the city, is what makes it so interesting and Hot cams myanmar. Here are a series of 41 photos I took of my most recent trip Hot cams myanmar Yangon, a Hot cams myanmar mix of everything, and some delicious food towards the bottom so Hot cams myanmar on scrolling and reading. All roads lead to Sule Pagoda In downtown Yangon, one of the central landmarks is the Sule Pagoda, and it seems like all buses and roads eventually lead to it.

The downtown area is nicely laid out, in a near perfect grid of main Hot cams myanmar and side streets, all perpendicular and parallel to each other, making the downtown area quite easy Hot cams myanmar navigate despite the traffic and pedestrians. Kids on their way home from school 2. Life in Yangon One of the best ways to see and experience Yangon is to just explore on foot. The city is full of life, people going about their daily lives, eating, going places, and selling things. This photo was taken about 4 pm, when many kids had just finished school. Golden Shwedagon Pagoda 3. Shwedagon Pagoda The Shwedagon Pagoda is probably the most sacred and most important Ass bear free fucking hairy site in Yangon, if not all of Myanmar.

Shri Kali Temple in downtown Yangon, Myanmar 4. The temple is located on Anawratha Roaad, across the street from 26th Street. Old and beautiful buildings in Yangon 5. Beautifully decaying buildings One of the things I always love about walking around Yangon is looking up at the beautiful decaying old buildings. Hot cams myanmar ride in Yangon 6. Transportation by train Train remains one of the most important ways to get into the center of Yangon from Hot cams myanmar outer edges of the city, or from other destinations throughout Myanmar. Riding the circular railway 7. Yangon circular railway One day, Hot cams myanmar and Hot cams myanmar had some time to take the Yangon Circular Hot cams myanmar, a circle route that stops at 39 stations and does a loop around greater Yangon.

It goes really Hot cams myanmar, and stops many times, but it offers a nice opportunity to see some of the outskirts, and even a little countryside, around Yangon. Yangon central railroad station 8. Roaring buses in Yangon 9. A bus stop in central Yangon downtown Leisurely bicycle ride through Yangon But that being said, those were did ride, were calmly pedaling as massive buses zoomed past, with merely inches to spare. This guy was riding pretty confidently. Hot cams myanmar around Yangon Looking around Yangon While we were walking down a side street, I noticed this little guy enjoying the sites of Yangon.

He seemed to be taking in all the beauty of the city, the action, and the diversity, all while securely in his mothers arms. Strolling through Yangon Walking through Yangon One of the quickest ways to get through downtown Yangon is to just walk. The side streets are usually quite calm and quiet, with the exception of occasional cars, but the main roads are always busy and chaotic. Downtown Yangon market sprawl Market sprawl In downtown Yangon there are markets all over the place, especially in the mornings or in the evenings when fresh produce vendors spill into the streets and take up the first few lanes of some of the main roads.

Bananas Bananas are sold all over Yangon, often from big baskets connected to bamboo carrying poles of bicycles. Guavas on a bamboo carrier Guavas on a bamboo carrier Throughout the streets of Yangon, one of the most common methods of transporting produce is by a double basket bamboo pole carrier. That way, one can balance their load, and set down, or re-located, at just a moments notice. Sprinkling the guavas Watering fruit This man is giving his guavas a quick sprinkle to make them shine and look nice and fresh. You better taste test your fruit before you buy!

Mango taste test This mango vendor was offering a sample of her mangoes to a potential buyer. Yangon is just overflowing with fruit, baskets of mango, guava, durian, pineapple, watermelon, apples, grapes… the list goest on. Fresh fish at the market in Yangon Fresh fish Fish plays an important part in the diets of many — especially in the coastal regions of Myanmar — and Yangon is close to the coast. Tilapia, small pomfrets, and numerous other small fish were available in abundance. Notice the cat food tarp used to display the fish… no, these fish are not cat food! Weighing the fish catch Weighing the catch The fish vending in the markets in Yangon quite reminded me of scenes I saw at markets in Kolkatawhere many vendors used hand scales to weigh fish.

Thein Gyi Market is the market on 26th street in downtown Yangon Fish vendor at Thein Gyi Market This fish vendor at the market had a nice selection of large and fresh looking fish. Evening purchase to take home and cook Buy some fish, and make a nice curry at home — that sounds delicious. Bitter melon in a basket Bitter melon in a basket One of my personal favorite vegetables, both the way it tastes and the way it looks, is bitter melon, or bitter gourd. In Myanmar, I saw some of the most beautiful looking bitter gourds ever, they were nice shades of green, and had crazy looking bumps. This bitter melon vendor had just finished her last bite of noodles when I took the shot. Squeeze past the chickens Sometimes through people, sometimes through cars, or chickens.

This lady attempted to squeeze between a parked truck and some chicken, hoping not to get any chicken juice on her shirt I squeezed past just a minute before her… and I got a little chicken juice on my shirt! Railroad market I mentioned above that one day while we were in Yangon, we took the circular railroad route. Poster and book vendor in Yangon Posters and books One my previous visit to Myanmar back inI thought it was quite interesting how I passed numerous Justin Bieber posters along the roadside. Such is still the case, there are many shops lined with posters of babies, celebrities, and other random things.

Betel leaf mouth chew, filled with areca nut and often tobacco Tea stalls are one of the main joys of Yangon Tea stalls Of all the things that are important and beloved in Myanmar culture, tea and socializing which go hand in hand is pretty high on the list. I think one of the joys of visiting Yangon is sitting on one of the miniature plastic tables and stools, and drinking tea with friends and family. Street tea and snacks Pictured above is one of the most common sites that I remember while spending time in Yangon. Laphet thoke, also know as tea leaf salad Quick and tasty street food snacks in Yangon Just grab a plastic stool, order what looks good, and in just moments it will be ready.

Many people grab multiple quick street food snacks on the go in Yangon. Tofu thoke, Burmese chickpea tofu salad Mohinga, the national dish of Myanmar Mohinga is available at both street food stalls and restaurants, and I got this particular bowl in a parking lot near Sule Pagoda. Curry feasting in Yangon Myanmar curry Among the many things to eat in Myanmar, a few feasts of curry are always in order. A feast of different curries Myanmar curry feast I had quite a few Burmese curry feasts on my latest trip to Yangon, but probably the biggest meal was at Feel Restaurant, one of the most famous in the city more to come.

So in Myanmar I tried to get my fill of goat curries. This goat curry at Feel Restaurant tasted quite similar to that marvelous goat curry at Yusup Pochana in Bangkok. Rhakine style pomfret curry Minn Lann specializes in food from the Rhakine state of Myanmar, and mostly seafood dishes. This pomfret, curried in Rhakine style, was excellent. Conclusion Yangon is an exciting city to explore, with such an abundance of street life and unpredictable experiences waiting to be had. When you visit Yangon, make sure you keep a flexible schedule, a positive attitude, use care crossing the streets, and have a great time exploring this wonderful, colorful, and multicultural city.

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