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Inle Lake Leg boat rowing, Burma (Myanmar)

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The fisherman of Inle Lake row their boats by holding one oar with their right hand and using their right leg to row the boat. It is very interesting and of course very photogenic. My son and I did a 11 hour motorised boat ride around the lake one day to take in all of the sights.

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