The Financial Times on Burma's antique charm, as relayed by the tourism industry:
Diethelm Travel describes Burma as "truly the land that time forgot". It raves that Burma's three decades of "self-imposed isolation" have left a land of "unspoiled beauty and tranquillity" and an "emerald green" countryside where "time seems to have stood still".
Precious. I hope the tour stops at the beautifully preserved Yangon General Hospital, as yet unspoiled by the scourge of modern medicine.