January 19, 2015January 17, 2015 The Sock Mistress Things that made me laugh in Myanmar Let me preface this by saying I have a slightly warped sense of humour and I am very easily amused. The high-tech baggage cart The “Do not Distrub” sign at the hotel I’m not sure what was funnier, the sign or the truly awful nativity scene outside the hotel. I also don’t recall in the story miniature oxen being at the birth of Christ. And to go with the nativity scene, a Santa and his reindeer, too hideous to not have a “me in front of” photo with… Then there was this sign which says “Please kindly requested to all the visitor can not go up this pagoda for your security” … ok got that? But if you pay $US1 at the ticket booth you can… Then the oxen “taxi” made me smile. Love, love, love this dog! The “I’m better than anyone” look is fabulous! This dog would give Grumpy Cat a run for her money. The Myanmar version of “Up” And then there were these monks… who wanted to take our photo! Sure, just as long as we can take yours 🙂 All around are Buddha images at this Pagoda, but this guy was looking like he was praying to the kettle (which is how I feel most mornings before that first cup of caffiene) Things to be aware of… no scratching! I always wanted to be a beauty queen and the “Sanitize” sash from the toilet seemed like the appropriate sash. Now I just need a tiara. “Please take off your shoe.” – left or right? “Gentle Man” … the mind boggles AdvertisementIf you liked this post, share with a friend. If you didn't, share with an frenemy.FacebookTwitterPinterestRedditTumblrEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
I like the oxen taxi 🙂
I did like these, very enterprising!
I’d like to comment on them all.But one is enough. My favourite is the monk praying for coffee.
I know how he feels 🙂 I think this was my favourite too. I couldn’t grab the camera quick enough to snap that shot – too good an opportunity to miss 🙂
I think I like the oxen taxi the best! 😀
They are cool! 🙂
Hysterical!!! Great pictures!!
Glad you liked them 🙂 Also check out my post about the rules in India and signs in Laos – both in a similar theme 🙂