We arrived in Yangon, it was 28th, for the dinner time and we went to the restaurant "Sandy's Myanmar Cuisine", on Kandawgyi lake. It was
the best traditional food that we ate in Burma, and the view from the terrace was very nice. The difference respect other dishes we eat
in this journey seemed to be the rice, much better then other places because much more expensive, while in other restaurant want to spare,
as explained by our guide Luigi.
That afternoon we've walked in the city. We visited a big marketplace Bogyoke, called "Scot Market" during the British domination. The main good are jewels, with famous Burma's precious stones. The prices are very, very good. My wife bought a nice ring with big ruby for only 250 dollars while the real value is at least ten times of that value. Out of market, on the street I had to take photo of an old Mazda 1200, from 1970, the car on which I learned to drive, in the far 1977.
That night, our last night in Burma, we finally entered in Karaweik, to see the show with traditional Burmese's dances and marionettes. Our sensation was that the show was a little bit too much for turists: dancers weren't very inspired. The entered price included lunch from well supplied self-service restaurant.
The last day, 29th, before we left for the airport, we've found half an hour to visit the catholic cathedral St. Mary, projected by one Holland and made in 1899. The weather was beautiful, sunny but not too warm, as for all duration of our vacation.
At 11:00 A.M. we arrived at the airport, we said hello to our guide Luigi, and we bordered in the plane. We started our long way back home.