Los mercados me llamaban la atención extraordinariamente por su gente y colorido.
Las frutas y las verduras son de una gran variedad y además se pueden ver muchos productos que no tenemos en España
The markets specially paid my attention for their people and colorful
The fruits and vegetables have a big variety and besides you may see many products that we do not have in Spain
En Myanmar se come mucho picante y cultivan los chiles
A orillas de la carretera seleccionan y clasifican el chile
In Myanmar they eat a lot of hot food and they grow the chilies
In the sides of the road they select and choose the chili
Cosecha de arroz - Rice crop
La cosecha de arroz se hace a mano y con grandes cuadrillas de gente que siegan y recojen el arroz
teníais que ver como se reían cuando hacíamos las fotos y sobre todo cuando se veían en la cámara
The rice crop is hand made with big teams that mow and crop the rice.
You should see how much they enjoyed when we made the photos and spetially when we showed themin the camera
Golden Rock Pagoda
I'm not sure if I put my page into the right region. I know Golden Rock Pagoda is located in Kyaikhto, however, we hired a taxi and took a one day trip to Bago and Golden Rock Pagoda. If you have a better idea which region I should put my page to, please let me know and I can move it.
Golden Rock is one of the most sacred places in Myanmar, a massive goldleafed boulder balances on the edge of a cliff. The entrance fee is US$6. I liked not only the rock, which is pretty amazing, but also the hiking. It takes about 2 hours climbing, somewhere it is very sleep. At the top, it's like entering a theme park. There is also a school up there. When you come down the mountain in the afternoon, you may probably come together with those after school little kids, who climb the mountain everyday to go to school and who would enjoy coming down with you all the way hand in hand...
Try to avoid visiting the rock on a full moon day, because the rock is visited by plenty of Burmese, which will cause you waiting many hours as the path is very narrow.