Inle Regal Resort Shan State
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... this road in 10 years time, it will be a different sight completely.
Luckily we arrived before I could be car sick and in time for Anne to asked all her questions of our enthusiastic and smiley Phoo. Like most young girls from Myanmar, she won our hearts with her politeness and sweetness.
We left the car to see the twin large Stupas of Kakku which together with the 1,998 other smaller stupas surround the temple complex. They are all ...
... of conveyance from a pony and cart to small tractors and of course the multipurpose motorbikes were heading, together with a tumult of people, in the market direction.
The vibrancy of colour and sound was electric, and a good humoured, hustle and bustle pervaded the maze of stalls set out in a very organised grid with temporary tarpaulins strung up to protect the produce from the ...
... who may just be there for the tourists to see. We got ambushed by vendors as soon as our boat made the turn for the market. After the boat trip I rested for a bit in the room while the other two went for another massage. Later we had dinner at Min Mins, a family restaurant whose wait staff were three little girls - ages 6, 7, and 9. We spent the evening there with those cute little girls until it was their (and our) ...
... Every boat we saw was like this. We rode for about 45 minutes south through the canal and then the lake toward our hotel. We saw several boats with individuals performing what I would call a traditional fishing exercise. They have a particular kind of motion they do with the paddle wrapped around their ankle. The motion is similar to how the paddle boats in Venice operate. We found out later that these guys are just paid to learn and perform ...
... small waterways stopping at a waterside market with traditionally dressed people serving what was the best meal I had in Burma. We walked through old Buddhist temples and quiet villages, visited a lakeside pottery making village, toured a small dimly lit 'factory' on stilts where beautiful fabric is made from silk, cotton and amazingly, from fibers rolled by hand from the core of lotus flower stems.
On our way home Natalia, our young Polish companion, got her wish ...
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