Depending where we are and what we are doing, getting around is always an important consideration.
Motorcycles and scooters are prevalent in Myanmar - so we might jump on with a friend to head across town to lunch.
Within the city of Kalaymyo, tri-shaws are common and practical. Basically it's motorcycle with a custom-built side car. One passenger faces forward, the other faces backward. Packages can be stored under the seat and the roof works to shield you from either sun or rain. (For those of you concerned about safety - they don't go very fast, and their three wheels make them quite stable.) (For you grandparents who immediately notice the little guy photo-bombing us - he is the son of Anna & Khai Pi - our friends and ministry partners.)
And when it's not too hot or too wet - we prefer to use the original mode of transportation and walk.
Blessings ~ Pat
thank-you so much for sharing your travels! stunning. God bless,strengthen and keep you as you serve.ReplyDelete
Janet - your prayers, and comments, are greatly appreciated.Delete
Zoomedy zoom! If only you could get drive-mile points toward future air travel - you guys would be instant Platinum members!ReplyDelete
Jetsons here we come. Wish you were zooming with us.Delete
Hi Pat and Gary! I think I was having a browser problem. Not sure this will go through but attempting again. I re-signed up for the email also. Prayers for travel mercies while in these countries as you spread the gospel.I pray you are cleansing them of all darkness and fill them and their land, cities, towns villages, communities and houses with the Light of Your Presence. I also pray about the alligators...lol. However you guys are too good for them to eat...lolReplyDelete
Thanks Karen. Appreciate your love and prayers.Delete