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... about Buddhism wasn't allowed to participate in the ritual, while three foreigners who knew nothing about the religion were.
After seeing the Buddhas, we spent the middle of the day visiting several "factories" and workshops. Like the ones we saw in Mandalay and Bagan, these all involved making basic items through manual labor that has been eliminated in the western world. Our first stop was a silk weaving factory where women were ...
... and accounted for. It really is amazing that communities like these can still function and thrive in today's world. Our first stop was to a local market. It was early, but the market was teeming with life. Locals buzzed around bargaining for their daily staples, traditional music blared out from a tiny speaker, the smell of roasted garlic floated through the air. Like so many of the markets I have been to on this trip, this one seemed to live and breathe. It's ...
... on and on. There’s literally a maze of Buddhas, many of which are very large, with stairs up and down and corridors leading off in all directions, all within a huge natural stone labyrinth. We even find a 'meditation room’ you need to crawl into! And still it goes on, opening up as we get further into the mountain, with many, many Buddha images placed everywhere. The place is unexpectedly huge, something we genuinely didn’t expect, and the size ...
... we missed the ones with the nets, but still enjoyed seeing the men setting their nets for the day. After an hour or so on the water we turned back excited for our included breakfast. This included tea, coffee, hot chocolate, fresh watermelon juice, fruit salad, home made bread basket, yogurt, ham and cheese, and eggs. I don't ever want to leave this place! We explored the markets and the girls bought some really great things to spruce ...
We arrived In the western part of the Shan province of Myanmar to a very picturesque Inle Lake. It's famous for its floating villages, gardens and markets and the unique way of life of the local Intha people, with their communities based entirely on the water. There are many different tribes also living on the lake and one of the most interesting is the Padaung tribe. The women wear gold rings around their necks, legs ...
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