Aureum Palace Hotel & Resort Bagan
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... and any allusion to the government and its ways of acting is a no-no.
Foodwise, we are loving it as well. The big influences here are chinese and thai. I obviously opt for the latter. However, Burmese food is really not bad at all. Their curries are much milder but still very tasty and they can cook other cuisines really well. I think we are eating a lot better here than the Philippines (well that was easy because other than rice and fast ...
... lunch" in Bagan that was a great experience, if not an overly delicious one. Most of the Myanmar food we had elsewhere consisted of fried rice and noodle dishes that were not particularly unique. However our guide in Bagan took us to a restaurant for a traditional lunch, which involves an endless bowl of rice and unlimited small plates of meat curries and cooked/pickled vegetables. The three meats (chicken, pork, ...
... find a good spot on top of one of the tallest to watch the sunset. There wasn't much of a sunset but it was still great to sit there in awe of my surroundings. Only difference was So were a ton of others. From being alone all day to be swarmed it was a weird feeling. The bus loads all pilled back into their coaches and I was free to bike back in peace again. Thank god as this dumb bikes lights didn't work. Man o man not so lucky this time around, but made for a good story ...
... a respect for its power and a great story to tell.
Monkey Poo - The next day was a break from temple hopping to Mount Popa, a sacred mountain approximately 50 km from Bagan. It is an active religious centre from the 12th century. We were warned about the climb and the monkeys who lived on the mountain. You feel every one of the 777 steps climbing to the top of the monastery. It was raining but the steps are covered so we were shielded ...
... months due to drying time and the larger pieces can take more than year from start to finish. It’s really interesting stuff and it gives us a new-found appreciation for the art-form. Next stop is Manuha Paya, a more modern-looking and open temple with four very large Buddha images, seemingly too big for their enclosures! Our final stop for the morning is Gubyaukgyi Paya, a place beset by puppet and painting sellers outside, but with some ...