Shot in the city of Yangon, Myanmar.
Walking the streets in the downtown, I saw many food stalls by the roadside. The dining-out culture seemed to be common same as other South Eastern countries. Whenever I became hungry, I could eat something. And the dishes were cheap. That was nice for travelers.
When I came to a food stall, some people just had lunch. Some bowls were placed on the table and foodstuffs were put in them. Various kinds of noodle were piled up in one of them.
Like in Thailand, some vegetables were served after ordering a dish. Yet it was difficult to foreign travelers. I didn't know how to eat them. I wondered whether they should be put into the plate or eat directly. When I was confronted with the situation, I felt I had a long way to go to become a prestige traveler.