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Travel Blogs from Bagan
Welcome to the land of the Pagodas (temples)! I am writing this
poolside of a pretty gorgeous hotel by any standards – far more luxury
than was ever expected for my travel style, but after last night’s
experience it is enthusiastically embraced! It was such a relief to step
onto solid ground after about 18 hours of …
I går kveld kom vi fram til Bagan. Ett meget kjent område på 15 kvadrat mil, med ca 3300 templer og padogaer. I morges møtte vi vår guide, og dro til det lokale markedet. Tydligvis så er de mer vant til turister for her var de mer pågående og masete. For første gang var NEEEI ikke ett NEi.,!
På vei til og fra markedet ,kjørte vi konstant …
... think I did pretty well seeing as I could barely move after lunch. I did manage to shuffle my ass out of the restaurant and into the car back to the hotel.
Back at the Bluebird, poor Clara wasn't feeling much better but thankfully was looking less green. While the girls had a snooze I chilled by the pool and swam off my lunch. The heat in Bagan was so intense that I ...
... of the country instead.
The reasons why we were in such a rush are basically two:
- Barbara had to catch a flight from Yangon to Kuala Lumpur on the 29th of May, but before flying out of the country she wanted to get to know the supposed jewelry of Myanmar - 3,300 temples of Bagan.
- Gonzalo and I plan to meet with my mum in the capital of Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh, on the 22nd of June, but before doing so we´d like to explore ...
... to the object first, then this is cured under ground for 6 months. A preliminary design is etched on the harden black lacquer, then the more intricate design is slowly scratched in. A colour compound is then smeared over the object, then back underground to cure. When the coloured compound is washed of, the colour remains in the etched design. Then the design is further etched and scratched before ...