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Nyo1

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Hey, Raining cats and dogs at Pyin Oo Lwin today. 

 

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wow.. lovely .. :) 

 

How do you call those natural rain balls in english? In burmese. it's called Moe-Thee. 



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in english it's called: hail or hailstone :).



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Pyin Oo Lwin is sometimes like that! Quite raining. Because of that kind of rain, the soil becomes full of energy to blossom the various kinds of flower and eventually, named as city of flowers.

 

By the way, watch this one. It's really inspiring to decide in order to plan to go again even though i's been there so many times!

Thanks for your great directing Agra and shutter production!

 



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Love Pyin Oo Lwin, highly recommend the restaurant / garden centre in town - Pan Taw Win, cracking food n coffee. I miss that place !







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