Hupin Hotel Khaung Daing
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... s very expensive, with an undyed handkerchief costing $45, and a scarf $400. They had some very beautiful silk clothing too, using chemical dyes and a number of items made from a mix of silk and lotus. We continued to the blacksmiths, who mostly made knives and other tools. They used piston bellows for the fire, though they were just starting our lunch break when we arrived. We were intrigued by the pot on the fire and asked about it. Turned out they were boiling an ...
... temple that is also known as the “jumping cat monastery” where the monks have taught cats to jump through hoops. I didn’t witness any of this though I would imagine it would take the patience and devotion of a monk to train cats to do anything other than to come eat when called for. Even if they’re rewarded with treats as these cats supposedly are.
The tour stopped a few ...
... as walking was too slow. Unfortunately it didn't work and we ended up jumping in a taxi. We all took turns to shower after the badminton sweat and waited for the taxi to the bus stop. The hotel was so nice to let us keep a room for us to shower in - such great hospitality. The bus stop was a small stall and the bus was a bit delayed. Still hungry - Mandeep and I decided to risk it and run back to the pancake place. We got there and ordered more food but it started to ...