Our last stop in Burma was the lovely Ngapali Beach. Since Burma there are still not many tourists in Burma, the beach was blissfully empty. We had so much fresh seafood for so little money, it was amazing. We mostly ate at little huts on the beach next to our hotel, and occasionally we ventured to places down the road from our hotel. We had a cute hotel in one of the best spots on the beach next to a fishing village. After the catch is brought by the men (who often went out at night so you could see the lights from their boats in the distance before they got too far away), the women would lay out huge blue nets to dry the fish for a bit.
We attempted snorkeling one day, but where we were there wasn’t great visibility and there were too many waves, so we cut it short and opted for more time relaxing on the beach. Once we did manage to get up the energy to take a bike ride towards town and got to try a new restaurant. There really wasn’t too much to see except for the construction of many more hotels and resorts.