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Bagan to Rangoon. 90 minutes.

Layover in Rangoon. Overnight.

Rangoon to Bangkok. 90 minutes.

Layover in Bangkok. 3 hours.

Bangkok to NYC. 18 hours.

Layover in NYC. 5 hours.

Delay at NYC. 1 hour.

NYC to DC. 2 hours.

Cab ride. 1 hour.

[I. am. tired.]

I had an amazing time in Burma. The past few weeks have shaped my life once again. The quote “I am not the same having seen the moon shine on the other side of the world,” has never meant more to me than it does now.

Of course, I’ll be doing a full recap here on my blog over the next few days. I just need to get un-jetlagged, need to stock my fridge, do some laundry, and wrap my head around this chilly weather. Oh, and respond to about a million e-mails.

But here’s a few photos of me, just to get an idea…


Sunrise in Bagan, Burma- on top of one of the tallest temples. [photo by Chris Anderson]
Posing with some novice monks in Bagan [Photo by Christian]

A quick photo with some kids who followed me around a village near Mandalay [Photo by Thom]

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