We left Kuala Lumper in the only way fitting of a stay with Queen P…late, hungover, wearing last nights clothes and very nearly on the wrong bus. We did however get away and a few painful hours later we arrived in bustling Singapore, gearing up for the weekends Grand Prix, and the main reason we […]

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Better late than never… our photographs from Burma. “Mandalay (Amarapura, Inwa, Sagaing) > Inle Lake > Bagan > Rangoon” From Burma, posted by Stefan Brierley on 9/24/2013 (56 items) Generated by Facebook Photo Fetcher 2

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The bus from Bagan to Yangon took 10 hours. 10 hours of bad karaoke surrounded by vomiting locals once again. We plugged in our iPods to drown out the retching and watched the country fly by out the window. The majority of the road was a brand-new motorway, seemingly we were the only vehicle. Yangon […]

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If I’m honest, it was our next destination, Bagan – that has been behind my desire to visit Burma for so long. Covering over 40 square kilometres, over 4000 temples, monasteries and stupas emerge from a blanket of forest. With the earliest dating back to the 11th century, and a myriad styles and colours all […]

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Working out where to head to after Mandalay, and how to get there, was confusing at best. Information on travel and accommodation in Burma is hard to come by, changes rapidly and is soon out of date. Luckily our hotel staff in Mandalay seemed pretty switched on and with their help we decided to head […]

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