Inle Regal Resort Shan State
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... We chatted to some people on the terrace while the sun went down, it was a really chilled atmosphere, and the wine wasn't bad either! Afterwards we went to watch a traditional puppet show. It was run by family who had been in the puppetry business for over 30 years, it was very quaint. The music was played from a tape with a very posh English lady introducing each section - it was so old, it sounded like ...
... who very kindly offered their blanket to keep us warm. There were 23 in the back and there must have been about 5 or 6 on the roof! The journey took us nearly 3 hours to get there. Two other westerns who happened to be English had also joined us and from them we learnt we were going to the Shan State New Year Festival. Apparently at a previous festival 4 people died and 20 were hospitalised so we weren't really sure what to expect! lol
... the fresh country air would do me good. I was right. Dinner was in a small family restaurant that nobody would find called the Bamboo Hut. I had a simple smashed rice and fish dish and they made me a clear broth as well. It was a lovely setting, and very popular with the local mosquito population. By now those who weren't ill were either too fatigued from all the early starts or too scared they were going to be next to over indulge....... The next morning I awoke feeling much ...
... monastery was lovely and a very peaceful place. I passed a large chunk of the time chatting to a monk who had heard of Norwich! It was because of football, but he was very pleased that he'd heard of it. The monastery was at the western side of the lake so we were able to see the famous floating gardens. These are where local farmers from the Intha people grow tomatoes, flowers, squash and other fruits and vegetables in long wooden trellises supported on floating mats ...
... has only existed in the last two years which is astonishing considering its fast size and the large number of vendors. We once again headed south to eat lunch at the Heritage home. This unique place is a heritage home moved from another area of Inle, it is a school to teach food & beverage service and hospitality, as well as a sanctuary for the Burmese Cat. As we sat back and were pampered by the students and their instructors, we watched as the Inle Lake world passed ...
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