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... do they put them on at around nine years old. The rings are increased until they are about 8 inches and weigh around 2lbs. They seemed really heavy when we held one!
There were lots of weirs to negotiate on the side tributaries to the river. One led to the Indein pagoda complex where there are over 1000 stupas in various stages of disrepair. They date back around 300 years and are slowly being renovated by benefactors.
... make the central shaft and handle on a foot powered lathe and then watched him as he carved the
little mechanism that pops up the umbrella. Once the frame was made a woman was attaching sheets of paper to it and another woman was painting a design onto it.
We also watched 2 women making Shan paper. It is made from fibre which is soaked in
water and then spread over a frame. Flowers and leaves are then sprinkled ...
Leaving Kalaw we travelled South East towards Inle lake, our destination. First stop was a visit to Pindaya caves which are natural limestone caves where of course they have been populated with Buddha images. The site is thought to be prehistoric with evidence of tool making. They are also subject of a story about Royal Princesses being entrapped in the caves by a big spider making a web over the entrance. They were ...
... lunch, we were brought back to the mainland. We were so happy that we took the chance to go on this adventure, as it was one of the most authentic and superb experiences of our trip. There were absolutely no other tourists in the village, and most people looked rather shocked to see us.
We hopped back on our bikes and continued towards the lake. There are no signs or indications of where the lake is, so it is pretty easy to get lost. Finally, we asked for help and found a ...
... with a light shading for sun protection and a great ride! Again, we traveled through beautiful mountains for much of the way, (yes, there were an unbelievable number of swithbacks, but the trip was outstanding. Got into Yangon at 8pm. We both love traveling by bus during the daytime. It's a great way to see the countryside and all of the little towns and villages that you wouldn't see on the train or plane. An absolute great way to travel.