Aung San Suu Kyi waves to the crowd in Myeik Township on Sunday, March 25, 2012, during one of the most colorful campaign tours she has conducted involving long, arduous boat rides and searing heat. She was taken ill on Sunday, and she suspended her campaign after suffering from heat exhaustion. Photos: Mizzima
A crowd of onlookers lean out of a window to catch a glimpse of Suu Kyi, who is expected to sweep to victory with a seat in Parliament after the April 1 election.
Suu Kyi speaks to supporters at a stop along the campaign trail.
This image clearly shows the strain that Suu Kyi was under during the Myeik tour. Her advisers say she is frail, and she suffered from dizziness and exhaustion during an earlier campaign swing in the Mandalay area.
A pensive moment for Suu Kyi in Myeik.
Suu Kyi, to the right of the white and yellow umbrella, in a small boat. The vessel she traveled in was smaller than the one she requested from the government. The vessel ran aground on a sandbar during the trip.
Suu Kyi is surrounded by bodyguards and supporters from the area even while on the water.
The vessel on the right, which ran aground, carried Suu Kyi and her campaign entourage.
A full day's campaign ends.
Her close entourage clearly show the signs of a hard day of travel.