Hill Top Villa Shan State
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Travel Blogs from Heho
... 2014 plane and past most of the population using oxen to pull their carts and plough the paddy fields. Lunch in Aung Ban & then coach to Kalaw via a cave full of Buddahs. Raining hard when we got here- most days the rain has started at about 5 pm and we've been ok during the days. Trekking tomorrow so hopefully the rain will hold ...
... Some, like this family have move to areas where their celebrity allows them to attract the tourist dollar, both here and in Thailand. The girls of the tribe wear the rings for tribal identity, but when the practise started is unknown. Although there necks appear to be elongated, it is the high weight (8-12Kg) of the solid brass spirals that compress the clavicle and breast bones. Anne was quite affronted by this cynical exploitation of the girls and we left ...
... and we were rained on within seconds. I gave my camera to one of the guys who had a dry-bag - not making that mistake twice!
At the drop off point we were pretty much ditched on the side of the river. We couldn't find a way to the street and had to climb over a wall, passing the bikes to each other. At this stage I had about 10 minutes to get back to the hostel, pack up my laundry into my luggage and catch the bus. I rode on ahead and made it just in time for my pickup...on to ...
As usual, it starts with some form of transport and this time it was a 20 hour bus ride from our beloved Hsipaw to one of the big stars of Burmese tourism, Inle Lake. In Burma, bus travel can be long and the roads are winding (do you here a Beatles song in there somewhere?) and breakdowns are handled with a shrug. Fortunately, bus roadside eateries/toilets are excellent places for the adventurous to test dodgy food and for the stranded to make friends with other travelers. We were ...
... Very close to the river in a nice, convenient location. The staff is very welcome and friendly and all the arrangements can be done here (renting boats, getting bus tickets, booking hotels, hiking, trekking etc)
Renting a boat - $15-$20/day
Renting a bicycle - $1.5/day
Boat crossing the lake - $6-$8/20 min
Hot spring - $10
VIP bus Yangon- Nyaung Shwe - $20/per person
Minivan Nyaung Shwe – Mandalay - $14-$16/per person/hotel to hotel