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Bagan – Ikiaikaisia pagodeja ja auringonnousun metsästystä

The ancient city of Bagan is one of Myanmar’s most important tourist attractions – and no wonder why. Even having some doubts at first, we, too, decided to visit there while in Myanmar. Even though our thoughts about the place are still slightly controversial, Bagan was worth visiting. We had great time riding around there …

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Ensifiiliksiä Myanmarista ja sen syrjäisestä Chin-osavaltiosta – Yksi yö Tedimissä

Myanmar’s Chin state, with its beautiful nature, mountains and strong traditions, is, for sure, a fascinating place for an adventurous traveler to explore. But being also one of the least developed and least traveled states of Myanmar, it wasn’t the easiest place to arrive. After crossing the border from India, our first destination in Myanmar …

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Intiasta Myanmariin – seikkailu läpi Zokhawthar-Rihkhawdarin raja-aseman

From Aizawl, the capital of the North-East Indian state of Mizoram, we headed to Champhai in the same state. Champhai was our last destination in India, as it is the last bigger town before the border to Myanmar. We crossed the border through the Zokhawthar-Rihkhawdar border post, which opened up for foreigners just recently and …

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Aizawl – Paikallisen johdatuksella ympäri ”Intian hiljaista kaupunkia”

Aizawl is the capital of the North-East Indian state of Mizoram. The state is located at the most eastern end of India, in the remote corner between Bangladesh and Myanmar. We didn’t stop there only because it was on our way to Myanmar, but in order to meet someone special. We got a good insight …

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Meghalayan ”rauhansilkki” – Visiitti Muezartin studiolla Shillongissa

We aim to live without harming other beings, including animals and even insects. Therefore, we have avoided buying silk products as most of the silk is produced in a way where the silk moth is boiled alive in order to obtain the fibers of the cocoon. In fact, until we came to the North-East Indian …

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