An unexpected TV appearance


Sometimes volunteering can provide unique opportunities you can never plan for.

Earlier this year we had a Filipino film crew visit Bagan as part of a Myanmar shoot for a Foodie show called Foodprints.

They spent the day at Sanon Training Restaurant and we were thrilled with what DIDN’T end up on the cutting room floor!

It give a great insight into our Australian Volunteers Program host organisation as well as the local food and culture.

Its nice when these unexpected things happen… and a great way to promote Myanmar and our volunteer assignment.

Categories Myanmar

2 thoughts on “An unexpected TV appearance

  1. How lucky is Sanon to have you two, and how lucky are you to have found and been included by them xxx

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    1. Thanks Nella… it was another fun day in this volly life that continues to present unexpected challenges and delights.

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