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Had a lie in until 6AM this morning! We flew from Mandalay to Heho. Heho is the airport in the region which we really just passed through rather than staying in the Heho area (it's pronounced hey-ho, also while I'm at it, Myanmar is pronounced me-an-mar). We had a long drive on the notoriously bumpy roads which was punctuated with stops at some of …
By 2 pm we were back in Nyaung Shwe.
For some it was free time for the rest of the day.
Tim and I made a walk around the local market with the low hanging tarpaulin canopy which made walking difficult ... it was certainly not even built for short people!
Morning dawned and as I opened the curtain just before 7am saw the last of the monks walking along in the foggy morning mist collecting their spoonful of rice from a local resident standing at the corner.
Quickly grabbed my camera and clicked.
Next was to Nan Pan / Nam Pan Village and boat-building dockyards.
Pity about the ladies here who were hard selling their souvenirs as you all lost out on a sale from me as I usually love to pick up just 1 piece of wooden item from each country that I visit.
Time to head back with a quick stop to see the blacksmith in action.
The young boy with his two hands working the poles for the bellow below him somehow for no reason reminded me of Charles Dickens and Oliver days. Must have been hot for him sitting up high cross legged above the fire.
The blacksmith work was insufferably hot with …