Note: We had a difficult time deciding whether or not we should visit Myanmar, due to the ongoing Rohingya crisis in the region. We finally decided to travel this little visited country for one main reason: wars seldom represent the voices of all the people of a country. By people we mean the day-to-day workers, farmers, home-makers, shop-owners, and students. Coming from Sri Lanka, I (Kulani) have learned that wars are usually waged and orchestrated by politicians, religious groups, and/or the military… organizations that are not wholly representative of the people who just want to put bread on the table for their kids. We decided to visit to see these people for ourselves, and I’m so glad we did. The people of Myanmar are actually some of the nicest people we’ve ever encountered.