Hupin Hotel Khaung Daing
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Early start & walked down to the canal to pick our boats up. Very exciting- full speed or stopped- full speed around 15 knots I think. Across the lake to see fishermen rowing with one leg, boats collecting weed for the floating gardens and the mountains around. Stopped at Nga Hpe Kyuang, a lovely peaceful monastery, which previously had jumping cats, and then the pagoda at Phaung Daw, where the 5 day market was- ...
... and we were relieved to reach our lunch stop for a rice salad meal. Here we said goodbye to July, and I was sad to have to leave her. She was a great guide, but also such a nice person - as a 24 year old woman she was living such a different life to mine, having only left her area once in her life (to go to Yangon). She taught us so much, and was the best part of the whole experience: we felt really lucky to have been able to spend time with her. I wholeheartedly wished her all the ...
... this road in 10 years time, it will be a different sight completely.
Luckily we arrived before I could be car sick and in time for Anne to asked all her questions of our enthusiastic and smiley Phoo. Like most young girls from Myanmar, she won our hearts with her politeness and sweetness.
We left the car to see the twin large Stupas of Kakku which together with the 1,998 other smaller stupas surround the temple complex. They are all ...
... even fishing with throw nets. As it was a Sunday by the European calender there were families off work going for picnics and walks along the banks.
After lunch, we found our boat under the shade of the bridge, with our boatman fast asleep in the back whilst the local kids were skinny dipping and using the boat as a diving platform. The kids continued to play all around the boat whilst it was being brought to shore and we embarked, but just before we set off ...
... and a roof). The scenery was beautiful though and I was looking forward to getting out for a hike. We met our guide Sonny, a local with fantastic English and a very cheerful demeanour. We set off through small villages, with him describing to us how they live and farm, what the local costumes represent and some of the language differences between the varying tribes. He showed us local plants and was so knowledgeable about any of our questions.
Along the hike we saw ...