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Male and female equality is impossible


Female will never be equal to male because they're very different. Nature has created them different and it's how it is.

Does a woman wish to become equal with a man? Alright, she'll have to become a) stronger b) less emotional c) more rigid d) more listening to her mind rather than her heart e) and so on, and so forth.

Suppose, she's able to archive all these. However, will she still remain a woman after she's changed in such a way? No, there'll be no woman anymore, there'll be another man who used to be a woman. Hence, why are some women obsessed in becoming equal with men?
From China Town to the Yangon's airport, 15 km on foot


In Yangon I checkout from my hotel a day priour to my flight. What to do that whole day? Sit in a coffee-shop with a laptop and walk around. And so I did. First I went to a first coffee-shop, thai Black canyon coffee and stayed there for a few hours. Then went to another one and stayed there. After that at 6 pm, I decided that I still had plenty of time til tomorrow and therefore I continued going to the airport. I reached it at 9 pm. And in total I've passed 15 km and 11 hours on the road including the time I spent in the coffee-shops. Am I crazy? Yes, a little.

Girls in Myanmar


Perhaps they're the most beautiful ones I've seen so far in Asia. Their beauty is natural and they're taller than girls in Thailand, Indonesia and Philippines. However, they speak none or little English. How to communicate to them? On a street when I talk to them by approaching them, they're being shy because there're almost no foreigners and the fact that we're talking walking on a street in unusual. Maybe people we'll treat her as a prostitute she's thinking.
Yangon, Maynmar - a city with no motorbikes


On the 3rd day staying in Yangon, Maynmar it dawned on me: there're no motorbikes in the city. I searched in the internet and found out that indeed they'd been banned. Still the traffic isn't heavy, it's rather small, perharps the same as in Laos.

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