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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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My first bus ride went pretty well, so I was very confident for the next ride to bagan , when I arrived at the station and saw the bus I knew that this ride would be less confortable... when I finally entered this old bus ( steering wheel on the right, and driving right ) I felt a even more surprised: the bus looked like it had ...
... however the experience was enhanced by the stunning colours of the dawn together with about 15 hot air balloons floating passed and over us. Once again we struggle to describe quite how magical this was but hope our pictures can show some of the awesome sights we had before us.
We really wanted to stay longer here but quite fittingly there was no room at the inn (that we could afford) so we set off on the road to Nyaung Shwe & Inle ...
Woke up semi early to go for a run that ended up being a little longer than planned but the scenery and temperature was perfect. I went straight to breakfast which amused some of the other guests but I was not about to miss breakfast just because they felt I should have showered first. After breakfast I laid by the pool then showered and sat ...
... my birthday gift to myself. I had read really good things about a restaurant called Bibo which happened to be a block over so I went there for dinner. I had the sweat pork curry and I have to agree - it was very good. Very quiet which was surprising since most complains online was that they had to wait to get seated. I hung around for a while since it was happy hour and it was such an adorable little place off the beaten track. On my way back to the hotel I stopped at the bakery to see ...
... being whisked about, the fishermen going about their day, cargo boats filled with palm cane, tomatoes and other crops, cargo of other sorts and local transport abounded on this busy thoroughfare. The lake was central to all things in this area even the farming, which actually takes place right on the water (more on that later).
Speeding passed many of the 30 villages that are scattered on the shores, we head for Nam Pan. On the way we passed the ...