07 Mar Inle Lake, Myanmar – A travel photography blog
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After Mandalay, we then headed south to Inle Lake, where there’s a traditional fishing community thriving on the influx of tourists. While incredibly beautiful and serene, Inle Lake was the one place where we felt that tourism had started to change the local culture. We had experiences here that were similar to what we’ve experienced in Thailand and Cambodia (i.e., children asking for money).
Having said that, we still thoroughly enjoyed the food, the lake, the gorgeous sunsets, and the entertaining fishermen. To be transparent, one of the fishermen pictured below posed for us (the one with the circular net), but he’s a legitimate fisherman during the day, that makes extra money on the side during sunset…
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