Hotel Amazing Nyaung Shwe
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We stayed at Azazing Bagan Hotel. beautiful decorate ,delicious food, good service ,wi-fi Internet .
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... through the different options available, and we settled on a 3 day, 2 night trek; the longest one they do. For accommodation, food, a guide and a boat trip once we got to Inle Lake it set us back $10 a day - bargain! It was an early start the next morning as we began our trek at 8am. We had 2 young Burmese ladies as our guides and along with them and the rest of our group (3 French guys and a Norwegian couple) we were ready for off! The trek ...
... cleaning clothes, drinking and even ablution. It also provides nearly all their food. The whole area is surrounded by floating gardens growing tomatoes and other vegetables. The produce is all tended and cropped by boat. The system must beat modern hydroponic methods by a few centuries.
We finished with a blast back with stops for pictures of the one legged fishermen, which are not just a tourist attraction as yet, since they still catch fish, but the tourist dollar is ...
... perched on small plastic stools before a sticky table, huddled because of our differences from those around us and by the English language. Our group comprised one American, one Frenchman, one Pole and two Canadians (that would be us). They were youngish, we were oldish. United in the fellowship of the suffering, we enjoyed great conversation about travels which led to several rendezvous during our stay at Inle. A fun and amiable group as could be thrown together for a 5 hour ...
... and calm area of the country.
We arrived around 6pm in Inle Lake and just had some dinner before heading to bed. Being on a bus for 9 hours can really take it out of you. Once again, the person in front of Dom had a broken seat and he spent most of the ride being rather uncomfortable. Sigh.
The following day we rented bicycles and set out to explore one side of the massive lake. The dirt road we rode upon was tranquil and hemmed in with large trees. We rode for ...
We were fortunate enough to ask Mr. Han to take us to a local orphanage that he already had a realationship. We dropped by a local shop and bought alot of goodies for the kids.
We arrived to see over 185 small orphans all around (mostly boys). The orphanage is run by volunteers and a single older monk. This monk has been running the orphanage for over 25 years. We arrived and met with the monk who was very appreciative of our visit.
We unpacked the goodies ...