Inya Lake Hotel, Yangon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... her cob in half and handed me some. I was shocked and tried to object but she was having none of it. Unsure what to do, I gratefully took the corn and gobbled it down. Then, I hunted in my bag, found a banana and walked it over to her - she looked happy and I felt fairly sure It was a fair deal. Another example of the generosity of the people here. We wobbled past rice fields and unchanged landscape from centuries gone by. People lived in bamboo huts ...
... 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) ...
... Every part of every animal was on display, with flies everywhere and a putrid smell. It didn't help that we were delicate from the night before. We then had breakfast in a local cafe. Again we were stared at the whole time and again Cotoo paid for us all. We moved on to a Snake Temple where there were Boa Constrictors just hanging out. The legend is that years ago some monks were banished from the temple for disobeying the rules. They returned as snakes so they could be in ...
... In fact, I will stick my neck out as far as to say I think it is the hottest place I've ever been in my life- Google weather reported it at 43°c that day and we could feel every last degree of it. As the fun little twist-and-go bikes silently power up, instead of feeling a pleasant breeze through your hair it actually feels like you're powering into the blast of an oven- it was that hot.
It was a lot of fun zipping around on the bikes to explore the temples and you can do ...
... was dressed like a monk.
Later we ( me, Ollie, Bella and Tess) went to get feet
treatment and Dad got his hair cut. I got my nails cut, filed and cleaned!! In
Myanmar it is very hot and full of mosquitoes!
If you touch a monk’s robe or stand in their shadow you get into
trouble. The monks wear dark red robes. The nuns are in pink. None of them are allowed to have hair.
At our friends' house they have a ...