Inle Inn Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInle Inn Hotel Pindaya
Very attentive staff, helpful and friendly, clean budget hotel with private bathroom. Though the price bumped up $5 per night as our taxi driver 'recommend' the hotel and they quickly upped the price to give him his cut, disappointing but not unexpected. In future will not trust a taxi drive to recommend.
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We had decided to go straight to Inle rather than Bago or the Golden rock, religious shrines that are available in Bago or the over touristy rock didn’t really appeal to us and looked like a long side trip that would be better spent enjoying the natural offerings at Inle
When the train arrived at Shwenyaung we hadn’t really …
Two most important words to know.. because everyone says it
Upon arrival ...
you will hear this all the time
Ming guh la ba: Hello
Jay zu ding bade or just Jay zu... Thank you or thank you very much
30 C with humidity
We arrived in Yangon February 23rd and left for Inle Lake the 24th evening..
39 C with humidity
We returned to Yangon March 5th at 06h00 .. My midday it was just ...
Mostly driving today heading towards the Inle Lake area with an overnight stop at Pindaya. Sint, our government guide, is in the front of the guides van today and when they pass anything on the road, she puts 2 fingers out the window to indicate they have 2 more vehicles travelling with them. Try that one in Australia or New Zealand! ...
A day on the water, in a slim line motor boat weaving in and out of muddy waterways. I can't think of anywhere else In the world that is anything like this. But then again, I haven't been everywhere. Last night we arrived in Nuangshwe (main town of Lake Inle) and as the sun dropped over the horizon during our hour-long drive from Heho airport the temperature also plummeted. We were breathing fog when we arrived here, wearing clothes more suitable for the heat of Yangon. ...
Thanks to the intrepid scouting of Elder Daughter, the main job of work yesterday- finding the Jewish cemetery- was easy as pie. I hadn't thought to ask the caretaker at the synagogue for the plans of the graves, in case there was anyone I should say hello to resting here. Even with the knowledge of what to look for and where to turn, the sight of the place took me a bit by surprise. A family lives within the walls, and finding it a bit of an effort to walk all the ...