Chatrium Hotel Royal Lake Yangon
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... up spending about three hours there, as there was so much to see, and I have taken to having frequent sit downs in the shade due to the immense heat. Probably drank about four litres of water the first day, the first of which I had to buy with US dollars sparking mad suspicion from the street vendor as to whether I had printed it myself, but luckily shortly after that managed to locate a money changer to swap for their funny money, which led to five people inside ...
... done on the ceiling. Similar to the one we saw in Yangon but nicer looking & with feet at an angle. Shwemawdaw pagoda is over 1,000 years old & has a spire taller even than the Shwedagon. The ground was burning hot under foot. Stopped for lunch -unfortunately the first restaurant we approached had several coaches parked outside so didn't even go in,the second was full so were recommended a third place called Mr Food. Not a tourist in ...
... good news, I thought, was that the bus staff had kindly given every passenger a plastic bag to dispose of shells and other trash. To top things off, I had a woman and a two year old child in the one seat next to me. (I love random children almost as much as I love eggs.) Anyway, luck was on my side (for a bit) and I fell asleep for the first couple of hours. All of a sudden, I awoke to intense vomiting noises (surprisingly, with all of the egg slurping, it was ...
... they had to be no later than 2009, with no folds or crinkles or they wouldnt accept them. Faaaaaantastic. The picky blighters. We ended up running around the airport pulling out as many dollars as we could, making sure they were in mint condition. Our flight to Yangon took about 45 minutes from bangkok, which was marvolous since we had to share the plane with a child that procceeded to scream from take off to touch down. Yay.
My mood got a tad darker when we ...
... the way. Whenever we reached an intersection we just approached someone and said the name of the town we wanted to reach with a questioning sound and pointed in both directions and that person would point in the direction we wanted to go. It worked out well. First we stopped at Amarapura and walked on this really long and very old teak wood bridge. I think it’s over a kilometer long. It was once the longest wooden bridge in the world, but now it’s ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool