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Travel Blogs from Bagan
... A new link in the chain (the mo-ped chain) and a $1 repair bill and we were ready to hit the road again. We did hang around the repair shop for a few extra minutes though because Pam found what must have been the smallest, cutest little puppy in Myanmar (Jackie, this is the one that made Pam think of you). We continued on through Old Bagan and another few kilometres down the road to find the newer city of Bagan also aptly named, New Bagan. ...
... the kingdom's height between the 11th and 13th centuries, over 10,000 Buddhist temples, pagodas and monasteries were constructed in the Bagan plains alone, of which the remains of over 2200 temples and pagodas still survive to the present day.
... One or two things were included with the main attractions, with e even getting to play farmer for a minute of two, then it was off to one of the monasteries, that was overridden wit Monkeys who swiped Orphelia's bottle of water off her and went for the other two girls. I must be col with Monkey's as they seemed to leave me alone. It was amusing though watching the girls **** themselves.
A lot of the views we were ...
... dishes, mainly due to sheer
portion size being served. We suspect they are giving us what they
think are “Fatty Western Portions”!!
Food on offer here is mainly a
choice of Thai, Chinese and Burmese. Although on the menu, we have
barred ‘American food’ from our table.Spent a day bike riding
around New and Old Bagan and the pagodas, with our guide, Gko Gko. Gko
Gko is 12 years of age and went to the monastery ...
... quite a lot, Kalaw. At 4,000’ it was a pleasant surprise and turns out to be a popular trekking route. We had no idea or we would have signed up for 3-4 day treks in the area – next time!
For dinner, we asked around and found a great eatery in a colonial style building. Afterwards, as we walked back to the Pine Breeze Inn in the dark, we met some kids playing badminton in the street and hit with them for a few minutes, which was ...