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All manner of goods carried on the head are sold to passengers of the ferry that continually crosses between Yangon and the small village of Dala in Myanmar

Click on title to view photo in large format: All manner of goods carried on the head are sold to passengers of the ferry that continually crosses between Yangon and the...

Huge bags are loaded onto the Circular Train at Yangon Central Station

Our guide, Mu Mu, wrinkled up her nose when she learned I planned to take the Circular Train in Yangon. “It is not very comfortable,” she said. “Hard to go to...

Afternoon break for tea and checkers in Myanmar. Squatting on low plastic stools set out on the streets around the Scott Market in Yangon, they seem oblivious to the cars and motorcycles speeding by with just inches to spare.

Click on title to view photo in large format: Afternoon break for tea and Checkers in Myanmar. Squatting on low plastic stools that are set out on the streets around Scott...

Unloading bags of charcoal at the market in Dala, a small village across the river from downtown Yangon, Myanmar

Click on title to view photo in large format: Unloading charcoal to be sold at the market in Dala, a small village across the river from downtown Yangon, Myanmar. In an...

Proud papa and baby pose for photos while riding the Circular Train that makes a three-hour circuit around Yangon, Myanmar

Click on title to view photo in large format: Proud papa and baby pose for photos while riding the Circular Train that makes a three-hour circuit around Yangon, Myanmar. The baby’s...

When I arrived in Thailand I was granted a free 30-day entry stamp. Thailand’s immigration law allows tourists to stay in the country for a maximum of 90 days in any...