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 …
... me so welcome, I had some tea and fruit and we just hung out, they said he would be home soon. 1 hour or so later the Master came home, we met. Shook hands and I knew this man was special, the energy in his house alone was crazy, but to sit and drink tea with this man was another thing. He asked me up stairs to his Step, the place he makes his pray and offerings to Buddha. He started to tell me his story and show me his equipment, and all his Buddha scriptures. I can't explain ...
... to our hotel. We had a fast shower and went for some food. We tried to reach the night market but when we finally found it we were a little bit disappointed because there was nothing more than 2 shops selling some not very freshly looking skewers. Since the both places didn’t look good we decided just to eat somewhere else. We met a group of Spaniards so we ended up talking to them for a while. However, both of us were really tired because it was a long day so ...
... the summit: 4,608 feet. Jeff has been lying on the train’s floor with his feet kicked up on the bench seats.
Ten minutes after passing the summit and beginning our descent, the train stops in the midst of heavy vegetation. The engine cuts off. This can’t be good.
It starts raining at 1:04. The engine comes back on at 1:12 and we’re moving two minutes thereafter. We halt at the next station at 1:25. A westbound train is here ...
Our two-hour layover in the middle of the night at this central Myanmar train station turned into 3½ hours when the locomotive on our connecting train to Inle Lake malfunctioned, delaying our departure from 5:00 to 6:27 a.m.
Jeff and I arrived into Thazi Station at 2:55 a.m. after a grueling 12-hour trip from Yangon Central Station aboard Myanmar Railways Train 5. A schedule board inside the main waiting room here states our local ...