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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 ...
... but was completely forgotten about until the turn of the 20th century, and no records about it have been discovered yet. Like the pagodas at Bagan, all of the stupas were made of red brick, covered in decorated plaster. Unfortunately they are in a worst state of disrepair than the ones at Bagan, and many are crumbling and/or covered in vines and trees. This makes for some nice pictures and gives the entire area a neat feel, but is ...
... We spent our first day in Inle with two other people we had met at the guesthouse. Between the five of us, we rented a longboat tour for the whole day for only $3 each. We spent the vast majority of the day boating through floating villages and canals. Tomatoes are grown on the inlets of the lake. It was amazing to see a community that lives in stilt held houses on the lake. One of the most interesting parts ...
... of a sunset on our boat trip back. After such a great day we decided to treat ourselves to a traditional pressure point Burmese massage. We all pilled in to a line of beds behind hanging sheets and with candle light setting the mood enjoyed an hour of being pushed, pulled, pressed, manipulated, and stepped on in an a fashion that would sound pretty weird if I could even properly describe it, but man did it leave us feeling great. My last day in ...
... for the reason that the lake is covered by floating plants and reeds making it difficult to see above them while sitting. Today, due to increased tourism and farmers delivering produce to market, long boats fitted with single cylinder engines are used. For our time on the Lake, this was our method of transportation.
In addition to fishing, locals grow vegetables and fruit in large gardens that float on ...
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