Inya Lake Hotel, Yangon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... but he told us about a trek he had just done up north that was incredible, which we considered doing. The road was perilously steep, the driver oblivious to the danger and the weather rainy and slippy. Luckily, we made it to the top in one piece and walked the final few km to the rock. Having had little luck with Buddhist mountainous sights in Sri Lanka (the weather when we scaled Adams peak wasn't great so we didn't get the view we had hoped for) we hoped our ...
... pulp steaming in the sun. Everybody, even in their poverty, seemed happy to show us there wares and engage in banter with Omar. This was especially true of the "medicine seller" who without any training would listen to your woes and then issue the recommended "Chinese copy" pills to do the trick (unfortunately a doctor and correct medicines are far too expensive).
We visited a small local temple attached to a monastery. This apparently is an important ( but impoverished) ...
... dislodged themselves from. A minibus which pulled over so its driver could join in at looking blankly under the bonnet kindly took us to the Golden Princess service station, five miles down the incredibly windy road (doing his best Lewis Hamilton- it was an utterly insane display of driving...), and we waited there for our bus which we'd been assured was being fixed and would be with us in a couple of hours.
After ELEVEN hours of countless fabricated estimates of when our bus ...
... Yangon. Kit was delighted to find their front
garden had been turned into a mini floodlit soccer pitch. Tess was thrilled
that Bella had her own stage in her bedroom – complete with curtains!
I was ecstatic that Harriet had a fabulous cook and a stock
of Pimms and had been saving up some Moet Chandon champagne.
All was going swimmingly until there was a power cut that
lasted for the next 18 ...
I do see development in Yangon happening all over most high rise and low rise commercial and residential building 90% of these funded by foreign investors mostly Chinese. The local people are forced to move/pushed out of downtown area due the high cost of apartments/houses moving to the impoverished satellite towns around Yangon just ...