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Myanmar has a tropical climate, with the southwest monsoon bringing rain from May to October. Roads can become impassable, particularly from July to September. The central plains, however, receive only a fraction of the rain seen on the coast and in the Ayeyarwady delta. From October onwards the rains subside; the best time to visit most of the country is from November to February, when temperatures are relatively manageable. From March to May, the country becomes very hot, particularly the dry zone of the central plains where Bagan and Mandalay often see temperatures in excess of 40°C
Bhutan used to be one of the most isolated nations in the world, but developments including direct international flights, internet, mobile phone networks, and cable television have increasingly opened the doors. Yet, Bhutan has balanced modernization with its ancient culture and traditions under the guiding philosophy of Gross National Happiness (GNH).
See amazing sights, explore stunning beaches, splash around in waterfalls, cuddle a koala, snorkel the Great Barrier Reef, discover the Aboriginal culture and kick back at a traditional Aussie BBQ. Meet the local wildlife, feed a kangaroo, shop the markets, relax in the local lagoon, indulge in delicious ood and party the night away.
See amazing sights, explore majestic temples, splash around in waterfalls, visit an active volcano, wander through rice fields, enjoy local coffee, discover islands and kick back on beautiful beaches. See wild monkeys, shop the markets, indulge in delicious food, learn to surf, snorkel in the crystal clear sea & dance the night away at the parties that Bali is famous for.
See amazing sights, explore majestic temples, splash around in waterfalls, relax with a massage, ride in a tuk tuk, experience the bustle of Bangkok, discover islands and kick back on beautiful beaches. See wild monkeys, shop the markets, indulge in delicious food, snorkel in the crystal clear sea & dance the night away on the beach with a bucket in your hand.
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Her international adventures stretch over several regions in Asia, Australasia, South and North America, Europe, and the Indian subcontinent (enough places to fill 2 passports with cool stamps).
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Spending the Water Festival in Myanmar will probably sound like a great idea to many travellers and tourists. However, it can be very difficult to keep up with the 4 (sometimes 5, depending on where you are) days of heavy, crazy and wet celebrations. This is what I found out after attending the festival.