Look who’s on the cover of Virgin Australia’s inflight magazine this month. Burma is possibly the hottest travel destination in South East Asia this year. Blame this on the political revolution that saw a shift from military to civilian government, the inauguration into parliament of Nobel Peace Prize laureate and democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi, and the related – if not consequential – lifting of sanctions, wiping of debts and abolishing of key economic restrictions. I am happy with these positive, although slightly overdue, developments for the economic growth of the country, however, I wonder if the country will be able to withstand the side effects of tourism.
Politicians are subject to harsh and public criticism. Especially when they make ill-informed misleading comments on television as part of a campaign to be elected to lead a nation. This week the world witnessed a few prime examples…
Packing is an art that requires the ability to see into the future. Time to review my fortune-telling abilities. Continue reading “Reviewing the bag”
I am now in Kuala Lumpur on my way back to Perth. But if I close I eyes it feels like I am still in Rangoon. Continue reading “What did you say?”