Emerald Land Inn Mandalay
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEmerald Land Inn Mandalay
... with extremely comfortable beds. Oh, and fruit, yoghurt and muesli for breakfast. Oh, and a swimming pool!
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Today would probably go down as one of the best days of the trip so far. Six of us rented bikes (for the heady sum of $1.50; we gave him $2 as the day was so good) for the day and set off. Cycling in Mandalay is mental! There are many more adjectives to describe it, but that has to be the best. Mental, yet brilliant. Once you got the hang of it …
Today was spent exploring Mandalay with our Mr. Win as our 'tour guide'. I felt a little 'herded' but it was a great way to see so many sights in such a short while. It was a very long day as we were out for over ten hours having left the hotel at 8.30am and not returning until 7ish in the evening. We covered many of the main sites and ended the …
As we only have a short drive today it left me with time to explore Pyin Oo Lwin. I was awake early and off into the town by 7.30am. The rain stopped at some point in the night but it is still very evident on the ground. The town is a former hill station and summer escape for the British to escape the heat of Mandalay. Although the British have …
... monks would come out to chat to tourists, to help improve their English speaking skills. If you don't like germs or getting dirty, Myanmar is not the place for you as you must remove shoes and socks to enter every temple, so scrubbing your feet every night was a must, and a major pedicure will be required at the end of this trip!
Sights are sprawled across the city so you need to either rent a push bike or jump a taxi. Lots of ...
Forewarning if you get road sickness avoid the trains they tend to sway from side to side a fact they are placed on old British railway lines from 1900s and use slightly more up to date Chinese carriages that stay on the track they just jiggle a little ...