i had to cross a mountain ridge to enter the country
nice hairpins on the way down to the plain
Petrol Station along the road
Market in Hpa-An
the Monk protects himself from the Sun
Bicycle Riksha the birmese way
Streetlife in Hpa-An
she sold Vegetables
in the Hostel
public transport seems not that reliable
taking a bath in the river at sunset
the monks on their daily collection of alms
the stupa in Thaton is covered to protect the new layer of gold from the sun
this boy is cycling home from School
there are a lot of Dogs in miserable conditions on the roads
Road Sign in the Rural Area
two kids in the Hammock
crossing a river
my guardian angels after the crash
a ferry boat crossed the river in the Morning
the birmese script
traditional Hat Blackforrest-lookalike...
the Navigator took a nap
a Truck full of pottery
the Taxidrivers jelling for clients in the Busstation in mandalay
Streets in Mandalay
at the market
there is space for a lot on the Riksha
the classic way of travelling in the City
monks in the Streets
beautiful carvings on a wooden Pagoda
the buildings are crumbling
gold beater producing the leaf gld for the pagodas
kids are begging in the streets
a fisherman near U-Pein Bridge south of Mandalay
on the Bridge
Fisherboats on the Lakeshore
cleaning the roads... a dusty job
huge bridges crossing the irrawaddy river
a new stupa with a bamboo-framework
hundreds of oxcarts are crossing my way
forrests of palms on my way to bagan
unloading a vessel
thousands of pagodas all over...
the Area at Bagan...
The Shwezagon Pagoda in Nyaung U near Bagan
a Bamboo Umbrella Seller
Sunrise with Balloons
Still smiling with all this stuff on the bike
chicken, totally relaxed, infront of a wooden Bridge
the best you can do, taking a bath in the river
You got it?
in the Rural Areas the trucks doing the public services
Ch..., like Volleyball played over a net. But here they use just feets and the head and play with a Rattan-Ball... GReat Game!
and the audience is watching!
Street in Yangon
Riksha Driver reading the News. On the Cover Aung Sun Suu Kyi the Icon of Democracy in Birma
Tea-Stall on the Roadside
Pan, the indian Name of Bethelnut colors the Streets
Shwedagon, the most holy place for bhuddists in Birma
bathing the Buddha
even the monks want to have a selfie with the stupa
golden peaks all around the area
back in the Red Country
meeting the locals on a rural street
everywhere in the country they are collecting money for the temples and Mnasteries...
Streetlife in Mawlaymaiyn
railway track in the south of the Country... bumpy ride!
building Roads in the South
at the trainstation in Ye
on the train to Dawei
Sunset of the andaman Sea... peaceful
it is time to park the bike for a time...