So I finally got around to processing my photos from Morocco. Taking it one country at a time I guess, and a little out of order. Some of these are pretty, I think. I wouldn’t mind going back to Morocco.
I already posted some pictures from Burma under Favorite Photos, but after developing a bunch more for Facebook, I decided I should make use of my Flickr Pro account and upload them there. It’s all a little tedious to do on the MacBook Air, but at least now my non-Facebook friends can see these.
I’m going through sort of a strange phase where I’m totally bored* with everything I might write before I write it… I’ve got probably 12,000 words of notes and half-written blog posts from Burma that at this point I’m not sure will ever make it to the blog. So I’ll probably post an update-type entry soon while I try to figure out how to write something I think is worth publishing here. The good news is I’ve still got pictures, and I’m pretty sure January’s are the best yet.
You can see previous months’ pictures by clicking here, or on the “Favorite Photos” menu item above.
As usual, click any picture to make it bigger. Then you can navigate with your arrow keys.
*It’s possible it may not have been the best idea to read On the Road again while trying to write about my own experiences. Oh well.
The Myanmar kyat trades at about 855 to the dollar, and the largest bill is 5,000 kyats. Because of the lack of internationally connected ATMs in the country, you’ve got to carry most of your cash with you. Additionally, I traded $400 on the black market at a better rate and received only 1,000 kyat bills (352 of them). It all added up a stack my wallet couldn’t quite handle.
(Could you have picked just one of these?)