Amara Mountain Resort

Address: 10/182 Thida Road Quarter 10, Mandalay, Myanmar | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 10/182 Thida Road Quarter 10, Mandalay.
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      ... 8221; villages are located several hours up the river from Mandalay. So I sought the help and advice of a local friend whom we’d come to rely on for anything from bike repairs to vegetarian fare. He eagerly introduced me to his friend, a local policeman. While I hesitated at first, given the well-known state of corruption in the Burmese government, I trusted my friend’s judgment, having been privy to his politically critical views from conversations prior. So I sat ...

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      ... all, I was in a different culture and I was asking for information that no one should be obliged to give. I was asking for a favor and felt immense pressure (as any researcher coming from a place of privilege should) not to be too picky, pushy, or colonialistic. But at the same time, I could see (at least from my observations from my own cultural lens) that many women were interested in my project and wanted to participate. So my translator and I decided to just do a questionnaire with ...

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      ... the trek. You can hire a bicycle to do the journey but we choose to forgo that option and instead walk in the sweltering heat. It is worth it though not so much for the interiors but for the sheer beauty of the buildings many of which are not original but reconstructions. Nevertheless they look impressive and give a good indication of what the palace would have been like in Royal Times. There is a tower which can be climbed which the guidebook suggests has ...

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      Mandalay is not impressive…don't know what it is, but not a good vibe. We had breakfast at the hotel and then took off for a day of touring. We were on our way to the Palace and temples and met Mo Mo, a taxi driver, who offered to take us around town for the day. We agreed on a price of $25 each ( Myanmar uses dollars or kyats and it’s about 1000 to one dollar) He has an interesting ...

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      Caught a tuk tuk to the bus station at 6am. We were at the station plenty early for our 8am bus to the border. A 4-5 hour easy ride. Reached Mai Sae (border) and made an easy crossing (took awhile with paper work and many check points, but not difficult) Our plans changed when we discovered we could take a bus from Tachiliek to Kang Tung, but couldn't cross West from ...