Myanmar is still wearing its traditional longyi even if its neighbors have changed the saris and the sarongs for jeans and miniskirts. People still use horses and cart to move around, mobile phones are not working here and the few internet points provide extremely slow connections. This is the opportunity for the travelers to experience a corner of Asia that, in many ways, has changed little since British colonial times. The temples of Bagan, an archeological site that rivals Machu Pitchu without the mass tourism, is in a sumblime and incredible setting. These romantic images however are obscured by harsh military oppression and a dictatorship that at times make Myanmar an inaccessible and dangerous destination.