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By plane Madrid-Doha-Yangon

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As expected, the trip has been very long. We leave at 6:30 in the morning of To Coruna and we arrive at the T4 of Barajas. We laugh now at the problems they said about T4. Q pass those who complain about the T1. We were almost 2 hours to check in a huge queue, pass the endless control, etc ... etc ... Of course, it is much more comfortable to reach the doors. There were our travel companions (Joseba and Margari)

We were afraid to see the Qatar Airways plane, but in principle it didn't look bad. Of course, what an occasion, although we embarked on the hour, it took us 1 hour to take off and we came to think that we would go on a donkey because we traveled all the T1, T2 and T3 until we reached the T4 to take off. Every day we understand these airports less ...

I didn't even know, it was to get on the plane and fall asleep completely until I reached Doha (Qatar). Total, we reached Doha With the hour stuck to the ass. Amos, that of Doha we breathe little or nothing, because they were already with our last call. Of course, we were already tired after 6 hours and 20 minutes from Madrid to Doha. In addition, the last hour had to stop the air conditioning or it should be that there was overbooking because we looked like a duck broiler.



The Doha-Yangon trip was another song. It was already night, the plane was almost empty, there was much more space ... Amos, I fell asleep as soon as I arrived. 5 hours and 20 minutes of travel and we arrive at Yangon at 6:10 local time (In Spain it is 5 hours and a half less)

Until there, as in every trip, the complaints of having to go far, but from there begins the real enjoyment of the trip. The first thing we found at the airport, is a curious immigration system, taken from the best comic books by Pepe Gotera and Otilio. Myanmar (or Burma) is a very backward country due to its complete isolation since it ceased to be a British colony and is controlled by a Military Junta. Water machines, ahem ...



They came to us to look for in microbus, although that is another story to tell, and from the Airport to the hotel (the Traders) we were seeing what is intuited that Yangon can be. It seems a city quite advanced in terms of communications and for now, people seem to not lose their smile at any time. The guide we are going to have, I think he will learn more Spanish with us than what he has been able to learn before, hehe.
Today is going to be very long, but just think of the sunset that we will spend in the largest Buddhist Pagoda in the entire Buddhist world, I think it will be worth it. And if we can, we will get lost in these markets, which look good

Family, don't worry, we're fine and whole. The hotel is great located in the city center. In fact, we have come to put this on to reassure you while they come to look for us at 10 (here it is now 9) but we are going to go for a 'chocolate with churros' or a chumichurri that they want to give us in a cafe that we have in front of hotel. Our friends from Bilbao (Joseba and Margari) come very lively, so we think we're going to have a great time.

Friends, work families, etc ... we will tell you more stories, we have prepared some adventures to piss and not drop. Of course, family! Here the internet has almost everything restricted and is going regular. On day 2 we do have, but on 3 no, we are in the middle of a lost mountain and settle for electricity, jiji. Take care, we will do it too. Greetings to all

Isaac, from Yangon (Myanmar)

EXPENSES OF THE DAY: EUR 21.45

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