Bagan Hotel River View
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Today we are going to Mt Popa which is about 48 km south east of Bagan.
On our way we stopped at a sugar palm factory where they demonstrated how they produce the brown/palm sugar. They have to collect the juice from the fruits of the palm trees and then process it. They also grind the fruits to get more juice - this is done manually by …
Today we had a very early start as our flight left at 6:45 from the airport. We had a take away breakfast from the hotel which we ate at the airport while we waited for our flight to Nyaung U/Bagan.
We arrived at 8 am and started our sightseeing tour right away. We had a really nice guide, Suzu who explained a lot and took us to great …
Yandabo's population of 800 are mainly engaged in pottery making and agriculture. Clays and silt from the river bank are mixed to form the basic product. Each potter makes 60-80 pots per day, depending on their size and whether they are cooking pots or water pots. Every few months several families get together and build a communal kiln where about 4,000 pots are fired. They lose nearly 20% in the ...
... at 3,000, and this is what the guide tells us. Wikipedia says 2,229. Once you get there and see some of them, it is literally unbelievable! They are everywhere you look – everywhere!
New Bagan is a nearby area where the military government moved everyone in the 1990s so that Old Bagan could be restored in an effort to create a tourist destination. The government succeeded in relocating everyone, and removing all ...
... is people are really open to discuss issues in their home countries and the countries they've visited, but are also willing to listen and learn from others. I have had some of my best evenings discussing fairly serious topics in a none serious way (that might not make much sense to anybody else but it does to me). Continuing on a none serious note though I'm really being made to face my fears in Myanmar. As we were sat talking we were joined by possibly the biggest, fattest rat I've ...