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The Ayravata hopefully before the high saison

The first Ayravata tours for the 2009-2010 seasons will start this weekend, said Daw Soe Moe Moe Kyi, the company's Director of Sale and Reservations. "On September 4th we will take a long Ayeyarwady River to Bhamo from Bagan on the RV Pandaw and on September 16th we will take another journey on the same route," she said last weekend.

After a weak 2008-2009 period, the firm anticipates that sales will recover in the next six month. "Last year our store was affected by Cyclone Nargis and we received few suggestions for the 2008-2009 seasons. We offer long and long cruise holidays on the Ayeyarwady and Chindwin River on two shop boat, RV Pandaw and RV Paukan.

The RV Pandaw is an authentic colony steamship made in Scotland in 1947 and rebuilt into a ferry by the Irrawaddy Flotilla Company in 1997. Renovated by Inland Water Transport (IWT) and Ayravata Cruises in 2003-2004, it now comprises 16 luxury staterooms, a 32-seat dinning room and a lounge area.

The RV Paukan was put into operation in 2007 and consists of 29 rooms with en-suite bathrooms and showers, a 56-seat dinning room, a salon and café, two massaging rooms and a 35-seat conference room with TV and liquid crystal display. The Ayeyarwady RV Paukan runs between Bagan and Mandalay, the company's most beloved lane, said Daw Soe Moe Moe Kyi.

Mandalay-Bagan now offers several variants of the shorter Mandalay-Bagan trip, which range from one to four overnight stays. Adventure-seeking travelers can choose between the nine-day "Grand Voyage" or the seven-day "Myanmar Days" to Bhamo.

Aung San Suu Kyi seems to have won the elections in Myanmar, but there is a threat of trouble.....

Myaungmya, in the south of the nation, is repeating itself throughout the nation as Myanmar is preparing for a historical Sunday vote that is likely to be ruled by the Nobel Prize winner's National League for Democracy (NLD) group. It has no surveys, but other political groups are clearly fighting for the greatness and excitement of the masses at the NLD outings.

Suu Kyi, 70, was enthusiastically welcomed by ten thousand on Sunday when she completed a two-month drive to take office in a land that emerged from an insulated half-century of armed struggle. In 1990, the Greens won a land slide that was lifted by the regime. It was released at the end of 2010, a few weeks before the army passed control to a semi-civilian regime headed by ex-generals, which initiated policy reform that resulted in Myanmar emerged from decade-long periods of global insularity.

Soe Moe Thu, a physician with a child's face, hopes to send a ripple of Nobel Peace Prize money to the lower chamber in Myaungmya. In spite of the enthusiasm for the National Democratic People' s Republic in the run-up to the election, there are indications that not everything will go smoothly, even if the parties come to power. 2. Today's governing political group, the Union Solidarity and Development Partys ( "USDP"), is made up of powerful former general and business people who have made their fortune through relations with the former regime.

Myanmar's radical Buddhist activists have urged their supporters not to support Suu Kyi and to join forces with the USDP. If the NLD itself has little in the way of government, it can make the shift from politics to it. There are indications of this in Myaungmya, in the heavily settled south of the land.

souring on the area member, man Johnny rebuked for not being able to refer to the area's governing issue. Selecting his replacement caused bitterness, a model across the entire nation, as the NLD's choice of candidates was heavily centralised. Myaungmya' s Soe Moe Thu said that political parties would not influence the electioneering.

USDP put some of its efforts into restoring the electoral district when its nominee Tint Hsan, the Secretary of Sport and a builder whose firm was building the decades-long government building in the capitol Naypyidaw. Last year, USDP constructed 26 community colleges and refurbished 45. Ma Ba Tha's chapters, an organisation of nationally oriented religious who led a nationwide struggle against the country's Islamic minorities, extend beyond Myaungmya and beyond the country's politics.

Ma Ba Tha and the USDP both reject the cooperation. The NLD's unity has been a profound attachment to the wife many followers call "Mother Suu," said Bo Phyu, the man who has been missed for the Myaungmya residence.

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