Belmond Governor'S Residence
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... later and were told we couldn't check in until 1pm, so with 7 hours to kill we headed out to Bagan's main (only) draw, the pagodas. Options for exploring the area were bicycle, horse and cart or e-bike (electric scooters). We had initially planned on getting bicycles but seeing the distances we would be covering in the crazy heat made me quickly get over my fear of motorised bikes. This fear stems a stupid scooter crash a few years ago, but somehow the e-bikes seemed more user ...
... properly understood who I was in relation to him but he and Maeva are very sweet kids and excited to have us round to stay nonetheless. They didn't hang around in offering up word perfect karaoke to One Direction in the car journey that night too- what a treat. These kids have equally good voices and memories it seems!
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... the political prisoners, forced labour, ethnic cleansing and it has been named the fifth most corrupt nation in the world by Transparency International. At this point in time I would not want to be traveling independently in Burma, but I feel pretty safe (and welcomed) traveling in our excursion group.
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... Market which was filled with everything from gems and Jade to puppies and vegetables….. It really was bling central… the usual sellers complete with signs indicating they accept Yen and Roubles and USD! We stopped for some refreshment (which mum managed to escape) of Tham noodle soup with a duck egg thrown in for luck, topped off by green tea that was generally available to all in rinsed out cups. I can only hope that in all my time travelling I have built up ...