A trip to Myanmar, also known as Burma, introduces visitors to an ancient culture barely touched by modern life, where spirituality, gentle people, and unmatched tropical beauty abound. Opened to tourists just a few years ago after a series of dramatic government changes, those who have been fortunate enough to visit have fallen in love with this exotic country, and count themselves blessed to have seen it before modernity changes it forever.
Traveler Ann Young recently visited Myanmar on a Friendly Planet Travel tour and recounted her experience in an article on JournalStandard.com. Ann marveled at the country’s spectacular Buddhist temples, watched the sunset on the world’s longest teak bridge, and most notably, took part in helping feed 250 rural schoolchildren a lunch of chicken, mango salad, hard boiled eggs, and corn soup with rice.
In a country where meals are limited and meat is rare, the gesture not only thrilled the children, but introduced Ann to the positive impact American travelers can have during their journeys abroad. That is why we donate the cost of lunch to a local school in Myanmar for every departure of our Mystical Myanmar tour.
To read more about Ann’s experience in Myanmar, jump over to her article on JournalStandard.com.
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