The travels of Mary Loosemore

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Mary Loosemore's blog.... or is it a web diary? TBD i think.

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Back from Burma ....

[...] as the Mekong before, the Irrawaddy River won't show you anything new. Bagan and Inle Lake / Nyaung Shwe are both well worth seeing, and easy to DIY by hiring a bike/boat respectively. I really liked [...]

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