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Friendly Hotel - Rating of Hotel 63, Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar
To L, greetings from hotel 63! We are a girl-friendly hotel, and we are also a youth-friendly hotel, which means we have no sexism. For walks we offer you a free card showing the Hotahtaung Lagoon (within easy reach ), the fourth best tourist attractions in Myanmar, the Bandoola River Brigde (within easy reach ), the Oceans Market (within easy reach) and the Botataung Jetty.
When you go to a Shwedagon Pagoda, you can see that too. Please join us again and make the most of your hotel experience as a percentage of facts that are horribly inaccurate. Many thanks and we look forward to welcoming you back to Hotel 63.
Marry a Myamnar Girl - Myanmar Forum
I' d like to get married to a girl from Myanmar. Do you have any ideas how to legalize this in Myanmar? Oh if she doesn't have her ID now, she'll have to do it first. I used to look for the pass detail, yes.
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Myanmar Girl Beauty & Personal Care - Myanmar Forum
Hello, I just wanted to recommend to everyone who goes to Myanmar to take lipstick, soapy, lipstick, etc.. Would it be better / less expensive to buy bars of barley bars, shops and so on in Myanmar than to get it from home? I' m sure it's a great way to give someone you're friends with, your leader, etc., but please don't go randomly distributing things, it just encourage folks to wait (begging!)....
I' had a bunch of chicks following me to some of the Bagan sanctuaries, pulling at my waistline and asking for lip stick, but they were way too young to wear the clothes! It' s tough, because it is so good to help where you can, but part of Myanmar's charms is that it hasn't turned into a civilization where kids ask for candy and cash, except for parts of Bagan where we may have seen it a while.
So I think I would keep to ie colleges and homes instead of giving things to those who are enticing on the way, although it can sometimes be. Strangely, it seemed less expensive here in Australia, but it does depend on whether you are traveling elsewhere before you arrive in Myanmar.
Soap and shampoo from the hotel are also well accepted. I' see from the poles that some folks don't think this is a good one, but you don't distribute them wony nelly. It was a friend of a college kid whose folks ran a paint shop. and she seemed really lucky and we thought it was nice.
You try to discourage us in your contributions from "distributing things at random" because it only "encourages begging". Allow me just to say that I take the side of those who think it's a good thing to throw a 99 penny lip stick at a needy child, and I just want your wealthy boyfriends to savor their malt.
The funny fact is that the folks who are living behind the temple in thatched cottages and spending their time tidying up and showing you around and remind ing you to take off your boots are getting $30/month being there. What do you give a shit if they resell the pencil? To be honest, I'd give the child enough lip sticks to open a lip stick shop if I could.
There are some who give to the poor because love of neighbor is in their hearts, and others who give love of neighbor for the relief of taxes..... Would-be I purchased biscuits (US$2. 50 for some large packages), hot air balloons of about $1 value, I got a big pouch from the U.S. dollars business in Japan) and a $1. 50 bottle of Myanmar Scotch.
The point I made was NOT to spread things out randomly. Journey a little more through Southeast Asia and see several hundred more beggars and you will know what I mean. To help the locals, use them as guides, buy their goods and eat in their own restaurant.
In this way you help the locals and the locals.