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Amurapura and U Bein's Bridge

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The longest, and oldest working teak bridge in the world. 1200 meters end to end
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Traffic on the bridge
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View from half way across
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Local transportation
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Beautiful, peaceful, and serene
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When water levels are down, the restaurants pop up
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Dinner?
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The surrounding landscape was amazing
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Local schoolgirls on their way home, checking out the fishing
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Posted by ikombazana 15:59 Archived in Myanmar

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