Sedona Hotel Mandalay
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSedona Hotel Mandalay
This was an okay place to stay. It has little local charm, but is clean and has all the services you would want.
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Today we went to Pyin Oo Lwin (Maymyo). It is about a 2 hour drive from Mandalay and it is the main road connecting India and China.
Our first stop is the Maha Nandamu cave. There are also quite a lot of Buddha images (much less though compared to Pindaya cave) but the cave focuses more on scenes from the life of Buddha. There is a …
... to get back to the hotel were pretty easy I had been dreading the traffic. The funny thing with the roads is that you have to drive relatively fast, otherwise you also have to worry about the lorries and stuff pulling up behind you and I didn’t particularly fancy getting run over. Another issue was that some of the junctions had traffic lights, whereas others didn’t and there didn’t appear to be any right of way so at parts you were ...
... not bars.
Afterwards we watched a movie and the man united man city game in our room with a couple of beers before heading to bed. We had decided that rather than doing Mandalay now, we’d do it on the way back as Sandro had less time in Myanmar than I do so was keen to carry on up north. So the next morning we got up before 9am to get breakfast at the hotel before heading to get the Pickup taxi to Pyin Oo Lwin, so this is where I will leave this post so bye for ...
... in this amazing country it was time to say goodbye (over a Myanmar beer of course) and to remember all the things that made our time in this country so special.
On the morning of our flight to Bangkok (our overnight stop to Vietnam) we happened to meet up with Helen and Stephen - a bother and sister travelling through Asia together whom we first met at Inle Lake! ...
... happy greeting and then by the size of the school complex. Three and four story buildings were bustling with students and teachers amongst small shops, a medical clinic, library and an orphanage. 3,000 students and teachers also live on campus - I soon learnt the school is also home to many more friends and relatives of PDO. As soon as I arrived I was accepted into the PDO community and have had some life changing experiences within it's 4 strong walls. Volunteering at this school ...