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... What we didn't know was that the day before a 17 year old boy had drowned and he was from this tribe. The women were all silently sitting, waiting for the body to be recovered. When we left a few hours later he search was still continuing. Ofcourse we visited some Pagodas and a floating silversmith and silk weaving shop. Along the way we had some wonderful interactions with local kids, one even sung "Frere Jacques" to us. In the late afternoon we enjoyed afternoon tea at a ...
... we didnt have this because the owners were concreting the ground floor. Probably just as well because I'm not sure my nose could have handled the smell coming from Dave as well as the cows! lol. We played cards in the evening and ate another great, local dish prepared by our cooks. The night was cold but I was pretty warm in the beds they provided.
The next we woke at sunrise to see the mist floating beneath and around ...
... We then met the others back at the monastery and set off on the drive to Inle Lake. It wasn't a particularly long drive but it was pretty spectacular. Kalaw is meant to be a good base from which to explore the countryside and it is possible to do a guided trek to Inle Lake which, had there been time, I would love too have done. There were lots of trekking companies advertising guides and walks in Kalaw and ...
... Myanmar, two foreigners trying to get off the trail and into a local hotel either meant a vastly inflated price or an reluctance to disobey local laws regarding no foreigners. It was also obviously very busy so we weren’t really surprised, the chance to do something spontaneous seemed like a good idea at the time.
After a fruitless afternoons search for a room we eventually gave up and managed to at least secure a spot on the night bus to ...
The good book describes the way to Indein like the villiage from Apocolypse Now... we didn't see it, but it was interesting seeing the sights on the way.
We made a school boy/girl error at Indein, we didn't have a map and the Lonely Planet description is vague (despite being a must see place). There was a way lined with vendors and a quiet road. We saw some stupas and took off along the quiet road with some others. We soon realised that ...