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Since Yangon we have taken a bus to Bagan, home of over 3,000 temples. It was good to see some more rural Myanmar, incredible to see all the farms being worked by hand. 10 hour bus journey was surprisingly pleasant and we arrived at our hostel at a reasonable hour. We hired e bikes (a bit like low powered mopeds) and went out to explore all the temples. Some of the temples you can climb up and the views are amazing. After some technical difficulties ...
... with nets, which require the use of two hands. Because most of them fish solo, they are forced to use their legs to steer the boat as they use the nets, which has led them to develop a technique for paddling the oar with their leg. With one leg wrapped around the handle of the oar, they will stand at the front of the boat and step out as if they are about to fall in the water. Instead, they somehow maintain their balance and pull their ...
The next day we were all on the bus heading East. Yoni and I were on the way to Inle Lake and the girls/the Polish Dali Lama were on their way to Kalaw (to then do a two day trek to Inle Lake). Inle is so small it makes Clapham Junction look like a mega city. There is one road in and one road out. This road also serves as the high street. You only need one day in Inle as there really is nothing else to do other than the lake tour. As soon as we arrived we found a ...
... bus. Turns out the over night bus resembled a first class cabin of an airplane (minus the in-flight movies and free drinks), and it really wasn't too bad. It ended up being a combination of playlists including (but not limited to) Katy Perry and Lil Wayne along with some sleeping in between. Aside from the Myanmar style equivalent to Denny's that we pit stopped at for dinner (except substitute rice/noodles for pancakes) it really wasn't too exciting. A quick ...
... with using their feet to row in order to keep both hands free to tend to the nets and grab any fish their were lucky to catch that day. One could say it was the end to a great day, but man was it not even close to being over. We got back to the resort, freshened up and started the night off my ordering a bottle of vodka. A few cocktails in we worked our way back up to the restaurant this time ordering a couple of Burmese bar-b-ques, some ...
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