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Entdecker gesucht! (German)

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800 Inseln, Traumstrände, Seenomaden und Dynamitfischer. Der Mergui-Archipel vor der Südküste Myanmars war jahrzehntelang von der Welt abgeschirmt. Nun wagen sich die ersten Schiffe in das amphibische Neuland. Reporter Frank Heuer (Text und Fotos) war auf Insel-Safari, an Bord...

Sea Gypsies of Myanmar

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The blue waters off the Tanintharyi coast of Southern Myanmar are home to a race of people called Salons in the Myanmar language. Also known as Moken, they are a nomadic people. They roam the seas in their fragile canoes looking for sea cucumbers, pearls and otherwise searching...

Missing Burma & Company

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Ever wonder what it would be like to live on a boat in the Burmese archipelago with amazing people? These pics sum it up. A year ago today I was on my way to meet up with some wonderful people for this magical adventure. I never shared the majority of my pictures, but I will now...

Its e-mails were thorough and prompt, and I could always reach it on Skype.

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After combing through online discussion boards, I chose one company based in Yangon called Moby Dick because its e-mails were thorough and prompt, and I could always reach it on Skype. Still, a constant loop of “What if no one picks us up? What if there isn’t even a boat?” ran in...

The boat and crew of the Sea Gipsy exceptional

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Hi Heike and Nyein, I just got back from my trip through the Mergui Archipelago, and we all had the most fantastic time. Thank you to both of you for your patience in helping all of us plan this. I know it was a lot of work since the way travel works in Myanmar is much different...

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