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The variety of various vessels on the Lemro river was fascinating. And no boats fro the tourists. We went by a very small boat, just for us four, the guide and the 'driver".

Once more I show the river on the map. You can see how it ends (or rather starts) in a strange way. And it was very wide.

The Lemro is a river of Burma flowing through Chin State and Rakhine State. It flows into the Bay of Bengal east of Sittwe. Between the eleventh and fifteenth centuries, small walled settlements were built by the Arakanese people along the river bank. The Lemro valley is noted for its rock art from these settlers. Length 183.5 km. (Wikipedia)


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