10. Burma Highlights
Ubiquitous in Burma, a cheroot is a type of small cigar, packed with flavoured tobacco and rolled inside a leaf. Entering a small floating house on Inle Lake, the smell of sweet, sticky tobacco hangs thick in the air. Greeted by one of the village elders, we are shown how cheroots are still rolled by hand here, at a rate of up to 1,000 per day one of the locals proudly claim!