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Given the states of our stomachs, we decided to take it easy on the last day of Burma. We lazed around the resort having leisurely (but somewhat bland) breakfast and lunch. We played bananagrams and I even managed to fit in some reading, something I hadn't been able to do much of during this travelling so far.
We had quite ...
... one pagoda. It’s a busy little place, though the Buddha images themselves are unimpressive, looking more like podgy gold blobs due to all the gold leaf that has been pressed onto them over the years! (Ladies are not allowed up to this one either!) We wander round the area, spying a couple of ‘duck head’ longboats docked nearby, but they’re inaccessible for better viewing. There’s also a busy little market here which we wander round ...
... lunch we kept on going to Kalaw arriving at around 15.00. In Kalaw we took a room in one big hotel called Winner Hotel, which was located on the main street. They had different rooms but since we were staying just for one night we decided to get their cheapest room which was just USD 15 per night including breakfast. The room was basic but nice.
We left our things there and went for a walk since it was the only day that we
had in Kalaw. We ...
... places on the lake are starting to become touristized but there are still many natural sights to be seen , for the moment anyway. There is a huge Pagoda at the South end of the lake swarming with tacky stalls and it even has an ATM! Yet just across the lake is another that looks almost derelict from the outside but lovely inside. We were approached by a group of Myanmar's in the temple and asked to pose for photos . Headed back to main town tired and a little sunburnt ...
Another early start. 5am call coach left at 6am. Long drive south to Kalow. Half the trip was over relatively flat ground which took around 2 hours. The other half was twisty and climbing which took another 4 hours. Cooler climate up in Kalow, but still 30 degrees. This place os a scenic mountain village, famous for trekking. Tomorrow some of us are going to trek. Lunch was ...