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Travel Blogs from Bagan
... along the ride was breathtaking, it felt as if you were riding through the set of an old fashioned movie. The greenery is unlike anything that we have at home, the trees are massive which really shows the true age of the area. Cruising around the countryside and taking pictures of pagodas can be tough work so on our way back to Nyaugn U we stopped at the restaurant where Pam’s bike broke down to have a beer and a bite to eat. A ...
Arrived at wonderful resort down a sandy track. Beautiful bungalow great restaurants cheap food. 2500 stupas dot the landscape. A horse and cart rise and a bike ride to localschool and village. Watched the sunset from the top of one stupa
Began is quaint rustic and reletively untouched ...
... today were high ones and we got some great views of the city.On the way back, the Sandman must have been in his element because al three of us in the car were absolutely sparkers (asleep) and struggling to stay awake. I had other plans. I decide to kill two birds with one stone by asking the driver to drop me off at Ananda Temple and finishing off my day there. Again although all templed out, I must say that one or two were ...
... was younger but
then returned home to his family. Unfortunately he was too old to
re-enter the education system so he now works for a bike tour company
and sells postcards. Gorgeous human being and very meticulous with his
work, almost bordering on OCD! Our bikes were always lined up evenly and
facing the direction we were going to ride, when we returned to them.
As much as we tried to help out, we never did get it right and would
... no-language-spoken connection with the locals.
The next day we visited a Christian church. In the thirty years of its existence it changed denominations a few times but is still a vibrant part of the area. The locals were excited that we chose to stop by and we enjoyed talking to them and sharing some fresh juice. Then it was onto an umbrella-making business. We initially thought this might be a bit of a tourist trap but it wasn't at all. ...