Emerald Land Inn Mandalay
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There is a train once a day going to Yangon taking 12 hours at a rate of MMK 16,500 for a bed in a 4-bed cabin.
To get around there are always taxis or motorbikes, otherwise you can rent a bike (MMK 1,500 – 2,000 per day).
Close to the city wall to the west there is some budget accommodation, but nothing feeling like a backpacker vibe whatsoever.
Sabai Phyu Hotel: close to the Mandalay Palace's ...
Myanmar is a funny place, full of little idiosyncrasies. One of the odd things I noticed was how (seemingly) everyone had a late model smartphone, despite the fact that other, much more dated technology, is only just arriving. The humble ATM for instance has only become a common sight in the last 12 months.
Speaking of money, most accommodation in Myanmar needs to be paid for in US currency. This wasn't an issue for me, I'd changed all my leftover ...
... more like how I would imagine parts of India are? When I returned I went up to the roof for a beer and met two French girls Carol and Lou ended up chatting and dinning with them .Another Girl came up and sat by her self so I invited her to join us ,her Nick name is chocola and she is a Thai librarian from Bangkok . Fascinating girl first Thia traveller I have met . Had a great evening. Carol and Lou invited me to join them tomorrow exploring the surrounding towns, ...
... city of Amarapura ("city of immortality") where the King Mingon - 1857 moved the capital to and started a massive project of building great and (useless) infrastructure. Wow especially as I'm reading the Econs book where u know to build all these you need to use so much fish but not improving the productivity! [after reading the history of Burma realise it's cos of all these excessive building of religious monuments on tax free land that ...
... we docked, more passengers got on, and the ladies and children came back with more food snacks. We suppose moving a ferry is quite heavy work.
The next section of our journey involved the third defile. The river was not as narrow as the previous day, and nor were the cliffs so high, but it was still decent scenery. As the sun began to set over the river, we predicted our ETA. Somewhere between 9 and 10 pm we surmised, given our two hour delay.
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