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In rural Yokohama, being invited to join residents’ Obon dance practice and then a group sing-along (with ukuleles!) to traditional songs – all outside under perfect cherry blossoms.Get In Touch
During your tour of Myanmar be sure to try staffer Holly Monahan’s favorite breakfast dish called Tohu Nuway, a bowl of steaming fresh noodles slathered with a thick soybean cream and topped off with chilies and spices. Divine!
- Swap your Levis for a traditional Burmese longyi!
- Stop by the Mahagandhayon Monastery and witness the monks lining up for their mid-day alms.
- Visit the Sule Pagoda in Yangon, a shrine built in the 3rd century that remains a center for ayurvedic astrology.
- Float down the Irrawaddy River to see ancient ruins, then continue your exploration on horseback.
- Explore Inle Lake to visit the stilted houses and famous leg-rowing fishermen.
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