Let's do an interesting Train Trip!
Yangon, the main city of Myanmar [previously known as Burma], has a fairly extensive surface railway network that was mainly built during the time when the country was a colony of Great Britain.
The most famous trip available is the Yangon Circle Train...a half-day trip that circles the city clockwise and anticlockwise on dual 1metre tracks. The circle is about 50km circumference, and a complete circle takes about 3 hours...due partly to stopping at 39 stations, but also to very low speed. The trip is popular with locals, as it is a cheap way to get around the city, and trains leave in both directions about once each 20 minutes.
I am traveling in the morning, in the company of friends Tim and Koen...would you like to join us?
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