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Intha Fishermen

The Ethnic Intha lives on the water of Inle Lake in Myanmar, and is composed primarily of skilled fishermen. They are famous for their original way of paddling, in fact, than the hands help with one leg, with which "wrap" the oar, slipping silently as snakes on water color ink of their lake. Myanmar 2014. The best way to travel is to mingle with the locals, using human-powered vehicles or animal.

TAGS: Burma, Lake, Myanmar

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 03.2014
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