Hill Top Villa Shan State

Ward 3, Bo Gone, Heho, Myanmar | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Heho

Inle Lake

A travel blog entry by mikewalkabout

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... bank" of water. We went up and over about 15 or so of these so acted like small locks but totalled something like a rise of 15 feet in elevation from start to our arrival at Inthein Inthein is a bustling market town with two unusual Zedi which are a type of pagoda but look ramshackle com paired to their gold covered cousins. . The area is pretty run down and although there were a few tourist stalls it seemed nicely untouched. Ben has traveled before but it ...

Off to Heho

A travel blog entry by tobirgits

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Another early start as we are flying to Heho today.

Today is quite relaxing as we get to enjoy the panorama. Once we arrived in Heho we headed to the Pindaya Cave. It is known for its interior which contains over 8,000 images of Buddha. Some of the older statues and images in the cave have inscriptions dating to the late 18th century, or early Konbaung period, and the earliest one dates from ...

Mandalay to Kalaw

A travel blog entry by almorgan

... Three Sisters. Nice food and atmosphere. After lunch, we went for a brief orientation walk around town. the remainder of the afternoon was free. I wrote a bit, read a bit, then went for a walk around town mainly to avoid the non stop chanting of monks into loudspeakers from an adjoining monastery. This was going to go on for 5 days, but with a lowering of decibels in the ...

Tribal Trekking

A travel blog entry by s-oldfield

... Dance (and I really did), Mum will be pleased to know that sanity prevailed and we booked a trek with a legitimate company.

Six of us trekked 3 days and 2 nights to Inle Lake with our guide, Sithu Dhu (meaning Brave Prince) and cook, Pyae Phyoaung (Development). We walked along dusty red-earthed trails, past arid rice paddies, up dry riverbeds, through garlic, cabbage, mustard and tea leaf fields, across precarious bridges made from bamboo, ...

Nyaungshwe

A travel blog entry by neekcal

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... the 'other' end of the market we found a small food stall/open restaurant. It is hard to describe the cafes/restaurants that inhabit these markets. Small tables with laminated or plastic table cloths and tiny plastic chairs. An old brick stove, falling apart. Pots or woks of water and curry bubbling away. We sat and the beautiful lady knew not a word of English and we not a word of Burmese. We pointed, hoping we didn't order something that the kids wouldn't or couldn't eat. In the ...

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