It took me several hours to complete an online application form for my Indian visa. The trouble was the internet connection. I had decided to go to a fancy hotel to use their WIFI when I thought I’d just give it one more shot. It finally worked. My next task was to find the Air India office and inquire about sending a bicycle on one of their planes (the border between Myanmar and India is currently closed to overland travellers, so I have to fly over). I had found multiple addresses for the office on the internet, so my search took me along two streets in different parts of the city. I saw no sign of an Air India office anywhere. While enjoying a street meal for dinner I chatted to a man who told me where he thought the office is. I will head there tomorrow. While I only saw a small piece of Yangon today, I really liked what I saw. The old buildings have so much character. I think grungy is the best single word to describe them. I’ve never seen a place like Yangon before; so many influences coming together in an eclectic and attractive mess.
|Distance ridden today||0km|
|Total distance ridden||14,162km|