Let’s move on to another tea shop namely, Lucky Seven in Botathaung township. There, you find yourself in a little garden, surrounded by shady trees, and plants but you will have to be careful for some cactuses, which are used as centerpiece decorative items. As for the tea, it is made in advance and I find it a little bit annoying, contrary to what my friend thinks: she really likes this kind of tea. A funny thing is that one day, I was drinking tea with my friends: we were talking, arguing, eating, drinking and finally decided to go back to their office after 2 hours of heated conversations. I looked around before I left the place, just in case I forgot something, and saw my other half, who was also there with his friends. We didn’t notice each other’s presence as we were sitting in different side of the shop. I greeted him, said goodbye and left him.
Here is the most expensive Chinese tea I have ever had in Yangon: 2,500 Kyats/pot available in Sky Bistro at Sakura tower. You will see the magnificent panorama view and that’s, for me, one good reason to go there.
I believe it doesn’t have to be a good time to drink tea and thus, on our way to airport, we were having tea at one tea shop situated inside the Chinese temple on Kabaaye Pagoda Road. Wouldn’t it be hard to believe that I gained weight after this trip?