21 Nov 2020.
I had been to visit several towns of Myanmar and can appreciate her encounters with the friendly villagers.
I understand more about the Burmese culture after reading this well researched and interesting travel book. The photos bring life to the writer’s journey.
I hope the author will let me know the month and year of travel. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org, website is www.toapayohvets.com. Thank you.
Specially printed in color, and accessible with stunning back-lit color images, this “single” recounts the adventures of Jackie Chase in Burma. This story begins, “The donut holes burned my fingers. The oily funnel-shaped paper wrapper slipped to the ground, freeing the fried dough to roll under the market-woman’s feet. With an ear-to-ear smile, she prepared another paper cone of pastry. I pointed to my camera. She nodded, taking a practiced pose of looking down, hiding our sociable encounter. What a perfect scenario to describe Burma. Initial smiles fade, dissolved by the obscure chemistry of the Burmese government's perplexing authority, seeping into the soul of its people. [In the comfort of your home, see through the author’s lens and flavorful words what few tourists see inside the mystery of Burma.]