Inya Lake Hotel, Yangon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... can be unpredictable, Golden chose to ensure our timely arrival over the chance we would miss our plane. Our timing was awesome, as we passed through the town of Shwe Nyaung, we had the opportunity to see the morning market traffic and witness the many children headed to school for the morning session. The majority of the locals sported the longyi, but it was often paired with American logoed t-shirts and jackets, hocking sports teams (i.e. Chicago Bulls) or typical brands ...
... by shrines, relics of Buddha, and monks and more gold. We loved it. I went back today, Jim having had enough. It was very hot - 41 degrees. The best thing was the market which was very big and felt safe. The Burmese people are gentle and polite, and drive a good bargain. Everything seemed cheap. I had ...
... area of the city but it wasn’t homeward bound just yet as a nearby shopping mall we noticed had a cinema in and we all know what that means...
What a perfect end to our perfect introduction to this stunning country, one we are sure we will enjoy immensely as we travel around in the weeks to come.
Time to set the alarm for 5.30am for our 8am flight to Inle Lake, our next stop on the Myanmar adventure!
... built and the top of the spire is encrusted with over 5,000 diamonds and 2,000 other stones. Pretty cool, no?! We ended up meeting up with Holly and her friend at a local bar and randomly got involved with a pub quiz which was going on. We were delighted to hear that the winning team of each round was awarded a jug of beer as a prize, with the overall winner sweeping a $30 bar tab. Not bad for a free pub quiz. Fortunately enough for us, we appeared to be the only team drinking ...
... sometimes up to ten times the going-rate!) Independent travel is possible but much harder than everywhere else in southeast Asia, so we’ve opted to do a group tour – this time with Intrepid: mostly because they have an excellent approach to grass roots tourism in the country, supporting local businesses rather than the big government-run ones; plus, we got an excellent discount on the tour since we booked it quite late! We feel ...