Inya Lake Hotel, Yangon
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- Swimming pool
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... morning and depart at 10pm, however just before we left Sydney, we were told that we would be departing Myanmar at 4pm … so disappointing.
Before I knew about the earlier departure time, I did attempt to organise our own shore excursion to combine a couple of the Princess tours in order to have a more comprehensive overview of Yangon (formerly Rangoon) and surrounds. However the ship is about 1 ½ hours drive from Yangon and apparently ...
... roof-mounted fans. Shwedagon was extraordinary: the gargantuan
size, the bling and yet the very tangible sense of piety among meditating monks
and devotional pilgrims.
A great day
was finished off rather unexpectedly by a game of tennis at the Australian club
with Mark, his first-born Ollie and their coach, Mr Mo...........
Tomorrow we are off on a journey into the hinterland to Mrauk-U .. two flights and a long boat ride ...
$17 Stay at Thanlwin Kawlwin lake and $20 Pickle Tea more central both nice places.
$0.20 Bus Ride
$0.50 Circle Train
$8 entry fee Swendagon Pagoda
$3 beer at Vista Bar for Sunset or $3 Strand Hotel
$0.50 Street noodles or fried treats
... handoff and nursing assessment. More revisions today that the team seemed to like. Only one surgical case today - and she seems to be doing ok. The admit and handoff went well and it all seems to be sinking in. They learn quick and are eager and open to what we have to ...
... rich. In addition to the lovely Burmese people there is an astonishing ancient history, a lot of colonial stuff and the modern day chaos of building, demolition, traffic, road stalls, people noises, crumbling buildings - its a mix as heady as the incense in the pagodas. Ah the pagodas - my knowledge of Buddhism was v limited to say the least - with my temperament it was never something that appealed! - but i am now a fully paid up buddist bore! - ...