Conqueror Hotel

Address: Pindaya, 11181 , Myanmar | Hotel
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      Day 11 Inle Lake

      A travel blog entry by leewithall on Nov 26, 2014

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      The 5 day rotating market was held in Nyaungshwe today which was very convenient. Mostly a local market, lots of food, a few souvenir shops. Bought bottle opener. I also visited the Yadana Man Aung Paya which is the oldest temple in town. The stepped stupa is unique in Myanmar. It contains lots of old Buddhas, silverware and ...

      Many, many mix.

      A travel blog entry by samandken on Oct 18, 2014


      ... local eatery hence the heading. For the princely sum of $1 each we got a huge bowl of noodles with chicken for me and beany stuff for Ken. Apparently Ken didn't mix his enough cause mumma said many many mix grabbed the chopsticks and got into it. Turned out as good a feed as we've had. Brilliant and now writing this no msg! To cap the day off we found a bookshop and now I am reading a really good book while Ken (me) writes this! What a ...

      A morning on the lake

      A travel blog entry by jakepaul on Jul 04, 2014

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      The next day we were all on the bus heading East. Yoni and I were on the way to Inle Lake and the girls/the Polish Dali Lama were on their way to Kalaw (to then do a two day trek to Inle Lake). Inle is so small it makes Clapham Junction look like a mega city. There is one road in and one road out. This road also serves as the high street. You only need one day in Inle as there really is nothing else to do other than the lake tour. As soon as we arrived we found a ...

      Inle Lake

      A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Jun 17, 2014

      20 photos

      ... to expand quite a way, and investment in their own bottling facilities is quite forward-thinking. We head back to the restaurant area and sit outside, with nice views over the vineyards and valley below, to do some tasting. The wine is OK – not amazing, but not bad and easily the best southeast Asian produced wine we’ve had. With the right business know-how, this could be a winning place! We buy some wine and enjoy it while the sun goes down, then ...

      Inle Lake - Lap of Luxury to Reality

      A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Jun 17, 2014

      23 photos

      ... stilted villages and local communities trying to sell their goods.  We saw how the locals make cigars, wood work, weaving, silver and even got to meet a couple girls still holding on to the Karan tribe long neck traditions. With so many stops, tea and shopping we were lucky enough to be boating back through the lake at sun down and caught the local foot rowing fisherman at work.  It is impressive to see them balancing on the end of their boats on ...