Amod spent the first 16 years of his life in India. He remembers telling his father around the age of 12 that he wanted to be a reporter. He was told to go find a profession that pays. So he did. After a stint in the Silicon Valley, before it was cool to be Indian there, he took over the family’s Chaat business. Naturally he is a big proponent of ethnic, earthy and unpretentious cuisine. He is also a passionate traveller.
As Myanmar heads into polls, the closed country is opening up more to tourists as well. In 2012, the annual Shwedagon Pagoda festival was celebrated for the first time since 1988 when the junta banned it. Here's what it felt like. #Buddhist pilgrimage#Shwedagon Pagoda#WanderLust#Yangon