Bagan, Myanmar 2nd Lieutenant Aung San Moe of the Myanmar National Police scrutinizes the drone. Earlier, the Corporal carrying the silver satchel told me it was "not allowed" so I landed her immediately, removed her propellers and was trying to get out of there quickly when the Lieutenant came running over. All of a sudden I had about a half dozen police around me. After heavy scrutinization, the Lt told me "Warmly welcome tourists to Myanmar!" (the tourism slogan there.) I told him, "May I help you?" (This is the slogan of the Myanmar Police.) They all started laughing at that point and I knew there would be no problems. I asked the Lieutenant if he wanted to see a demo-flight. Once the drone was in the air, they ALL whipped out their phones and started snapping photos. I told them I could bring it in closer so they could get better pictures and they all said "yes." Actually, I wanted better video of them. Priceless. A few tips for Myanmar: For internal flights within Myanmar, you will be on ATR72 aircraft. Your drone will probably not fit in the overhead compartment. My backpack took up 75% of the underseat space. Everytime you launch, you will be surrounded by children and adults by the time you land. Remember to be an ambassador for our hobby. If you share your live feed with them they will love you for it.