Amara Mountain Resort
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... having to switch off the air conditioning to make it). As we got to the car park just before the summit, it was becoming obvious that we weren't alone. We took the escalator up the four very high levels to reach a 360 degree balcony surrounding a temple. From this viewing platform we were able to see the whole of Mandalay which its stupas, temples and large jail. The sunset was a damp squid because of the excess heat haze caused by the excessive heat of the day, but it was great ...
... and a prolonged pause for a motorcade - the Princess returning from shopping, our driver advised. Our room is fine and we are meeting Tony and Helen (from the cruise, who are also staying at this hotel for a few days) for drinks and dinner. We taxied to the Vertigo & Moon Bar: the premier rooftop bar in a city known for its rooftop bars. On the 61st floor of the Banyan Tree Hotel, it ...
... It’s a significant shrine in this devout country but luckily none of us had time to climb the 777 steps to the top. Timing was relaxed enough today to allow for a some sightseeing though before the final 55km drive into Bagan and the ceremonial finish complete with a Kyeezee, some twenty costumed dancers and a two man dancing elephant.
... baskets of rice, flowers all displayed for sale. Really interesting to see everyday life.
Before we left Bagan we visited one more Pagoda. This one had giant standing Buddhas and a huge stone with Buddha footprints in it. One of the Buddhas had an expression that seemed to change. If you stood up close he had a serious look, but if you walked back further, the corners of his mouth turned up and he appeared to be smiling.
... values of Myanmar’s people.
’Step-father’ by Kyawt Maung Maung Nyunt (from his book ‘Oh! Ayeyarwady’).
There was a young couple, husband and wife, who owned a story. They worked hard and they become quite rich. However, they had a problem with Maung Myint, the husband’s step-father. ‘…When Maung Myint Thu reach 15 years of age, his mother passed away and they lived together (with the step-father). When ...