Inle Regal Resort Shan State
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... catch a fish. Often this process has to be repeated many times just to catch one fish. Some boats carry bags of tomatoes other stone and then the locals huddled together with warm clothes to travel to their village. We arrived at the lotus and silk weaving village. Women work patiently to create beautiful textiles only being paid when one piece of cloth is completed. The lotus stems are chopped and the strands of the plant are collected and twisted before ...
We were up early and grabbed some breakfast before Mr. Han the man picked us up with our long boat. We headed off into the lake into the early morning mist. We passed fisherman and stopped at various huts to see local artisans making their crafts the way they have for generations. We saw wooden parasol makers, black smiths, silk spinners, some local long neck girls that come into the lake to sell their goods and weave some fabric. Kina ...
... and you can't do that from inside a plane or in a resort. The buses are all very comfortable, air conditioned, big comfy seats that are much nicer than airplane seats and we make toilet stops and meal stops. All in all, it’s a great way to travel. The mountains are beautiful and scenery spectacular…love the travel. We arrived in Nyaungshwe about 3pm and hopped a tuk tuk to our hotel. Very cute place with a courtyard in the center ...
... buy a ticket. Finally we found both the train and the ticket office together, the latter having a big poster outside "Be kind to foreigners"! Sweet. We were encouraged to run for the very basic train, and shown to a carriage. A few Westerners, but mostly locals; all exhibiting the same warmth which is commonplace here. As we settled down on the not very comfortable hard seats, next to an open window, the train moved slowly off. Warning signs ...
... the young boy is the Monk's son, and the mother is dead. Depressing right? Due to our unfortunate luck, it was raining again- and cold - when we left The French Touch to head back to our hotel. As we are incredibly smart cookies (or just wimps when it comes to rain), we cycled over with umbrellas to shield us from the icy drops of water. As we cycled back through dark and deserted streets - I'm awake I look completely ridiculous. Due to a lack of clean (and also warm clothes) ...
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