Inya Lake Hotel, Yangon
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The final third of our Myanmar journey was full of ups and downs. We celebrated Mia's 9th birthday, rode elephants, toured beautiful Inle Lake, saw the incredible Golden Rock balancing on a cliff and fell for the capital city’s Sweddegon Pagoda. But, the heat took a toll on Mia and Emma and Gretchen got really sick with high fevers …
... in that time? We head out of the airport and after showing evidence of our tickets we hop onto the free transfer bus that will take us to the other airport in Bangkok, where our budget flight to Yangon leaves in around four hours. Disappointingly for Vin, there’s precious little sign of the military presence at this airport, on the roads all the way to DMK, or at the second airport either! We spend our last few Thai Baht at the airport securing lunch ...
... found one sitting at the counter at the end our fourth-floor hallway. Showering this morning was unpleasant as there was no hot water and the bracket that holds the nozzle to the wall is broken, so I had to hold it.
My photo finished uploading to Facebook at 12:32 a.m. It took almost two hours to upload one small photo! This has to be among the worst Internet connections I’ve had anywhere in the world. Went downstairs for breakfast, then ...
... until 1948, and drove on the left until 1970, when it changed sides,” according to the website World Standards. “It is said that in 1970 the ruler of the country at that time, General Ne Win, ordered everyone to start driving on the right side of the road, on the advice of a wizard. However, virtually every vehicle is right-hand-drive, since there are still many old cars and buses driving around and almost all the modern cars are second-hand ...
... of garbage and recycling programs, but I must say this is a big concern in my books. Something needs to be done to make this part of the world more clean. Our stay in Myanmar has been our biggest leap from our ordinary. I feel more and more fortunate to be living where I do and sometimes it develops the urge to go back home sooner than later. I look back at the pictures taken from this place and I can honestly say that each picture is a postcard image. This country has a culture that ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility