YANGON'S STREET FOOD
My day started in a busy tea house at the corner between Bo Aung Kyaw Street and Merchant Road.
Behind the kitchen counter a boy was juggling several buckets of condensed milk and hot water. Mixing, moving, throwing and catching the tea from one pot to the other.
Sadly not all Yangon's street food requires circus skills but it's equally delicious.
On the way to Bogyoke market the streets were bustling with food stands, vibrant colours and intriguing smells.
Of course I couldn't resist a snack...
I picked up some purple sweet potatoes, tried peanut pancakes and a freshly squeeze sugar cane juice. Everything came in tiny little plastic bags, the Myanmar idea of take away.