This is a journey through Burma, the Land of Tambadipa. It starts in Rangoon and then goes north along the shores of Inle Lake. From here the journey heads further north through Mandalay and up to the small village of Katha. A 24-hour boat trip on the mighty Ayerawaddy River goes through the Land of Copper (Tambadipa) and then back to Rangoon.
Canadian book critic, Janet Joosten, comments: "Burma – Land of Tambadipa, will undoubtedly excite many as we come to realize how little this country has developed under the military dictatorship, and how much it offers the intrepid traveler".
Enjoy 440 colorful pages of Burma and the Burmese people.
Globerovers was created by Peter Steyn, an avid intrepid traveller born in South Africa but for the past 28 years has been living in Canada and Hong Kong. With the world as his oyster, he is often on the go to live out his passion of seeing and experiencing far away places. His photographs have been self-published in 10 books and 6 magazines (Globerovers Magazine). More photos at: www.globerovers-magazine.com www.globerovers.com twitter @globerovers pinterest.com/globerovers/pins www.facebook.com/GloberoversMag
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