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 …
... some sleep. A good choice of guesthouse. Very comfortable room, and situated at the back, so well protected from the noise. And that's necessary, believe me! I'm awake about 7, so head for the communal terrace, where breakfast is served. I sit where I can watch the goings on in the street below, and it's pure theatre. From about 5:30 am to late at night, the traffic is pretty intense - buses, cars, tractors, and trucks which are a constant source of amazement - amazement that ...
... the morning was Dhammayangyi which the guide books talk about in reverence. Not so for me...this was my least favourite temple having little to set it apart from many others. After 6 hours of wandering, the last two in the heat of midday we decided to take a break and head for our pool. We will be heading back out at sunset to climb another pagoda and take in the magnificence of this wild place. Much as I want to tell everyone they must come here, I fear that in ten years times ...
... in Bagan in today's society is by horse and cart, as well as with motorbike, bicycle and car/truck. Leaving a cloud of dust and dirt behind us, we slowly, but surely, trotted and sometimes even galloped from temple to temple! The temples are surreal, I can't even imagine how something so beautiful was created. Many of the temples are adorned with detailed carvings and paintings still evident and just as ...