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Yasagyi Monastery where we had second day sleep

This is Yasagyi monastery where we had our last night sleep before continue trekking to Pindaya. When we arrived Yasagyi village at 7:30 pm the monk and the villagers welcomed us. The villagers are "Paluang" tribe but the monk (U Zaegara) is "Danu". Paluang people are noted for their colorful hats. Marriaged women wear hats decorated with white beads and purple or blue colored jackets, while single girls wear green color jackets. They all wear thick red stripped sarong (longyi).

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