Conqueror Hotel

Address: Pindaya, 11181 , Myanmar | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Pindaya

      Silver Water, Rainy Days, Muddy Shoes & a Feast

      A travel blog entry by amy-hitchcock on Jan 16, 2015

      ... air is still cold yet slightly humid all at once, and people rush towards the undercover area like seagulls flocking towards a bag of deserted chips. Once the rain stops, we slop and slide around the market, intrigued by the many different goods being sold and traded. Wanting to join in on the fun, we both buy a small blanket to keep us warm during the boat ride back (yes, I'm aware that's pathetic, but it was seriously cold). After returning from our early morning boat trip ...

      An unexpected meeting

      A travel blog entry by deborah1212 on Jan 13, 2015

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... This, I thought would punctuate the end of my search. It was not the friendliest of environments, with dogs howling in the background. Then, curious about a lower level of graves went down the sorry excuse for stairs and browsed. One side of that section was an area dedicated to tiny graves. Babies and children succumbing to illness was far more common at the turn of the century, be it in the East or the West. Then many more rows of adult tombs, shoulder to ...

      He Ho, He Ho it's off to Inle Lake we go

      A travel blog entry by mknox on Nov 19, 2014

      66 photos

      ... a system where we just got a continuos supply going and when your piece is toasted (or you have given up the will to fight on) you would just add another 2 pieces for next person. It wasn't like there was an endless assortment of breads to choose from (this wasn't 5 star standard). Alas, not all people (Europeans of the French persuasion) were happy with this. One stormed off accusing Karen (a fine Good Samaritan) of being a "toaster hog" (but it sounded like toaster 'ug') ...

      On Golden Pond

      A travel blog entry by piholland on Nov 02, 2014

      18 photos

      ... 7 each! The savings are out there people.

      The hotel in Yangon had also been very comfortable and as we acclimatised to the humidity we had the luxury of air-con, unfortunately Sharon didn’t acclimatise very well and the icy cold room had given her a cold which she struggled with for nearly a week.

      As a result we had a pretty relaxed few days in Inle, the trip out on the lake was pretty special and is was amazing to see ...

      Lake Inle

      A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Oct 28, 2014

      53 photos

      ... was most of the way down, so we got to see more of the lake. We had hoped we would bump into the Germans we met in our hotel in Kalaw or the Brit/Scot girls who were due to arrive after their hike so that we could share a boat with them. The people in our hotel aren't that friendly, we say hi, but no talking... they mostly seem to be French and talk amongst themselves... fair enough.

      After some dreadful negotiating by ourselves (we essentially just ...