Wednesday, 6 July 2011
Before I got there I thought the wood is very dense because I've heard many stories about the wood. We are not sure whether all stories are true but everyone who live in nearby villages do not dare to take even firewood from the wood because they do believe that something will happen to them if they do without permission. That permission is definitely not from authority, but the people who cannot be seen and looking after the wood. You might have doubt about that but I really thank to them. The wood is still there until now because of those who we cannot see....
But the climate in Bagan-NyaungOo region is so hot that InGyin trees have been dried and fallen more than it can grow.
This wood has been more popular since Myanmar's Democracy Leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi visited there recently.