Travel in Burma
With so much bad press it may look that traveling in Myanmar would be a harassing experience. As a matter of fact the contrary is the case. The people are extremely nice and will go out of their way to help even if no reward is perceived in sight. The government is trying to mind his own business in relation to foreigners being under strong pressure to behave. The pressure comes in general from countries in the EU, USA in particular but mainly by the other Asian neighboring countries for whom Myanmar's abusive rule is an embarrassment. Read more: Travel in Burma
Traveling to a dictatorship
To go or not to go, this is the question. This question torments the independent travelers and is explained and turned up side down and on both sides in travel guides and all sorts of conscientious media outlets. Should we visit Tibet where the people suffer from the brutal Chinese occupation, should we visit Burma, where the government run by a bunch of ruthless generals is holding Aung San Suu Kyi under house arrest for 10 years or should we visit Cambodia where the Khmer Rouge are still at large, threatening the political process.Read more: Traveling to a dictatorship
May 28: After numerous visits in the South West, USA we created a new video clip to show these new shoot locations.
Apr 3: We shot in the world renown "The Wave" in Coyote Butte, Vermillion Cliffs, in Grande Staircase-Escalante, UT and several other parks in the South West, USA. Check our blog!
Feb 28: We shoot for a month in the entire Sri Lanka and Southern India, from Trivandrum to Chennai, covering the most important Hindu Temples of the South.
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