May Guesthouse Inle Lake

85 Myawaddy Road, Nyaungshwe, Myanmar | Hotel
 

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Lake in the Mountains

A travel blog entry by tomstephtravel on Aug 05, 2013

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The next tourist stop in Myanmar, Inle Lake. After a long winding bus ride we arrived. There weren't the horse carts here like there were in Bagan but we were quickly snapped up by two guys on push bikes with side seats. They strapped our bags to the back of the seat, we jumped on our seats and we were off to our guesthouse, with them doing all the …

Inle Lake

A travel blog entry by carrhaughan

20

... from buying more stuff! We head off for lunch at a nice restaurant nearby, then continue on to a blacksmiths workshop. We watch some work taking place, but there’s no explanation so we don’t learn much. We don’t buy anything, but a few people buy some knives and even a sword – an interesting thing to try and take back into your home country we’d imagine! Next stop is down as a lotus-weaving workshop (where lotus stalks are ...

Inle Lake

A travel blog entry by nloon

45

... makers, cigarette makers, silver smiths and a cloth mill. It was also really cool to see the daily life on the lake such as the fishermen, weed harvesters and gardeners working from their distinctive boats and going about their business. Overall, we had a great day enjoying the simple pleasure of traveling and seeing unique things. We were a bit tired in the afternoon but it is fairly manageable to do this off a night bus as you're sitting in the ...

Orphans and hills

A travel blog entry by mikewalkabout

11

... very tasty. It was time to leave and the children gave us hugs and lots of thank you 's . We rode back to the hotel , Jesse had some writing up to do . I hopped on my bike and went down to the market . I bought soap, shampoo, toothbrushes ,hairbrushes and under ware ,ten of everything. I also bought an English to Myanmar dictionary and some children's books from a local book shop.Also a bag of small balls. I then cycled back to the orphanage and asked to speak to the ...

Bike ride

A travel blog entry by almorgan

4

... and I could get my breath. Stopped for a lime juice. Further on, a bridge was out of action, so we left the bikes, and climbed into the support vehicle. We drove to the Hua Pin Resort, and those who were not concerned about snakes, climbed the long stairway to see the two beautiful Burmese pythons, curled up beside a statue of Buddha On way back to collect the bikes, we ...

Location

This hotel, located on 85 Myawaddy Road, Nyaungshwe, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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