Myanmar from 28.11.07 – 06.12.07
Dear Shwe Yee and Klaus-Dieter,
Tania and I just returned home from an extraordinary Burma/Myanmar trip.
To anyone considering visiting Myanmar I would strongly recommend to go and make your own educated opinion. Burmese people are very friendly and welcome foreigners. We never felt at risk.
Traveling to Myanmar/Burma will help the Burmese on 3 critical fronts:
1) Help the local economy.
2) Inform the rest of the world about Myanmar and help find ways to improve the life of millions of people.
We would like to express our profound gratitude to you for having organized such a wonderful trip for us. We have been fortunate to travel around the world and our recent visit to your country will remain a high point among these voyages. Your ability to deliver an outstanding experience is impressive. I suppose it starts with your business philosophy to consider each client as an individual (not just a file number).
A great thank you as well to your fluent English speaking tour guide .Soe Yee travelled with us throughout the country and from morning to evening shared with us the history of Myanmar, the every day life of the Burmese.
As I am writing this letter so many images of our trip come to mind. I guess we would like to come and visit again and this time bring our children along. Maybe you could organize that children Elephant camp…
Thank you so much again for the wonderful dinner we had in Yangon , the lacquer box and for sharing some of your very interesting traveling life stories until this famous and mutual “ eye contact “…
We hope to see you sometime for another Burma Adventure.
Tania and Hubert Guillot de Suduiraut
Seattle December 2007
(1) 425 861 4252