Inle Regal Resort Shan State
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... cool and they looked a lot more well fed than a lot of Asian cats do.
The 5 day market was alright, like most markets in Asia, however this was also used by the locals and had everything from Machetes to tomatoes to Petrol as well as the touristy **** you can buy everywhere. It’s called the 5 day market as it moves around the lake on each day of the week, thus spreading the wealth around the lake rather than concentrating it to one area. I was also pleased to ...
... the police station, hospital (incidentally if anyone has seen the Top Gear Burma Special, then that was the hospital where Ric***********d was taken to when he hurt his wrist) and various back packer hang outs to give the people information about what to do if a British traveler needs consulate help. Both women were really interesting to talk to and we swapped horrible/traumatic toilet stories. The boss lady from Bangkok won with her 29 hours to Pyong Yang in North ...
... of Myanmar from air. Cruising at 17,000ft and with few clouds around, we could see the beautiful lush green landscape below us. During the descent, we had our first few of Inle Lake, a huge sprawling mass of water overlooked by mountains on either side. We were amazed at the size of the lake - around 22km's in length and 11km's in width - Inle is Myanmar's second ...
... there for an hour or so I reckon. I found a book on Buddhism I liked so I bought it to read. We left and just cruised around taking photos, and stumbled across a traditional Burmese massage place, so I thought no better way to finish my stay in Inlay than a nice relaxing massage. WOW it was one of the best massages I've had, coconut oil massage.... Brilliant We then whipped back to ...
... 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 ...
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