Sellers lined the path to the entrance of Shwegugyi Temple. An older woman beckoned us to buy her coconuts. She had a lovely bunch. Other vendors displayed gorgeous lacquerware and various souvenirs. I’m sure some sand painters were around, too. It’s common to see men selling this traditional form of art throughout Bagan.
|An old door inside Shwegugyi Temple in Bagan, Myanmar. April, 2014.|
|Tourists walking up stairs inside Shwegugyi Temple in Bagan, Myanmar.|
|Wine Nadi under an arch on top of Shwegugyi Temple in Bagan.|
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