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  • Reviewed December 2015

    Two absolutely wonderful weeks!

    Two absolutely wonderful weeks, full of interesting experiences, great sights, fun cycling, good food, the company of friendly fellow cyclists - and the wonderful people of Myanmar. I can't rate it highly enough.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Cycling through villages, with children waving, the mountains in the background, chanting coming from the temples... And floating back down Inle Lake on the boats after a day's cycling. And the temples of Bagan. And colonial Yangon. And the people of Myanmar. It's all amazing! Also wonderful to be there just before the election and feeling that democracy really may be on the way.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Alex is a wonderful leader: helpful, organised, funny, friendly. Speaks great English. Really wants people to enjoy the trip - and we did. A real credit to Exodus and Myanmar!

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Just do it! You need a reasonably good level of fitness as some of the days are quite long, it's hot and the roads are rough in places. Take old clothes - there's a bit of mud involved when it rains, but it's all part of the fun. Don't race. Half the fun is in tootling along, looking at the countryside. The balloon trip over Bagan is well worth doing. Buy a copy of Finding George Orwell in Burma when you get there, from a street market in Yangon.