Hotel Remember Inn

Address: Haw Street, Nandawon Quarter, Inle Lake, Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Haw Street, Nandawon Quarter, Inle Lake.
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Travel Blogs from Inle Lake

Our final stretch of Burma

A travel blog entry by rubychu on Jun 29, 2014

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... In Mandalay, we picked up the three British girls and all headed to Yangon together. Because of the monsoon season, we were flying right into a tropical storm in our tiny jet which meant turbulence was a slight issue. In fact, at one point, one of the British girls burst into tears and asked the air hostess if we were going to die. The air hostess just giggled, gave her a ...

Inle Lake

A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Jun 17, 2014

20 photos

... thread that can then be made into twine for weaving) but it’s more than that – there’s cotton and silk weaving too. It’s a fascinating place, seeing centuries-old techniques still used on handmade local looms that are more than a hundred years old. The skill and craftsmanship is impressive, as is the planning and pattern creation. Linda buys a ‘longie’ (local long wrap-around skirt), happy knowing it’s been handmade here. ...

In a Floating World

A travel blog entry by irajani123 on Mar 16, 2014

2 comments, 34 photos

Our last leg of the Myanmar tour was a loop in the central part of the country that started with Kalaw, then to Pindaya, and finally, to Inle Lake. Just outside of Kalaw was an elephant sanctuary that had been set up to rescue elephants that were of no more use to logging companies. We took a short 2 hour hike through dry forested mountain to get to the elephant sanctuary. On the way we passed a couple fires that had been set to burn the dead leaves, ...

Elephant Walk

A travel blog entry by martycindy on Feb 23, 2014

3 comments, 59 photos

... 45 minutes of winding along the mountain side. The hotel we booked was a beautiful colonial style retreat, perched at the top of a hill among the woods. We had to check in quickly though, as our driver waited in the parking lot to take us to our next excursion – The Green Elephant Camp – which is a small, privately run centre that cares for sick and retired forestry elephants with the profits it brings in. The ride over was ...

Lake views

A travel blog entry by martycindy on Feb 21, 2014

4 comments, 108 photos

... polluting motor attached to the back, we stopped off at this small hut where a few young women were rolling cigars for the next day's market. After a quick smoke we got on a canoe with one of the ladies and her most adorable little girl, who sat at the very front with her tiny kid-sized paddle to help out. No engines rumbling, no car horns blaring - just the most peaceful ride around the serene village area to draw your attention. This was why we came ...