Inle Regal Resort Shan State
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Called at a monastery on our way to the station & saw children doing the equivalent of Sunday school,along with the novices. Very peaceful. We then got the train to Aung Ban-wonderful slow train through paddy fields and hills. Great contrasts as we chugged along in our 1960s train, past the end of the airfield where we had landed ...
... or traded with other local tribes. Money was only needed to build houses or buy medication, with trading being the main source of food. We passed another monastery and learned about the colour of the clothes - made from soaking in Jack fruit bark and washing powder. We walked through small villages and green land with people toiling the fields, sometimes with babies strapped to their backs. We stopped for a snack at a woman's house who had her rice stores in the one room of her ...
... which turned out to be the government office for the tourism in the Shan state area that we were going into. We had our passports and visas checked before being introduced to our (compulsory) regional guide for the day. We were introduced to Nang Phoo Nhone Oo, nicknamed Phoo, who was dressed in the traditional Pa-Oh clothing of a brightly coloured wool head scarf, black woollen trousers and tunic with blue stitching detail and flip-flops.This was ...
... his stock with his only working limb (left foot) in front of the potential customers. His salesmanship worked and we purchased a box to reduce our guilt.
We walked along the newly refurbished drainage canal with its stone sides, until we came to the main irrigation canal and feeder river for the lake. This whole waterway area has been newly refurbished. We arrived at our restaurant by the side of the new weir to have our lunch. It was obviously trying to ...
I left Bagan, feeling much better than when I got there, but then had to spend 6 hours on a bad minibus on dodgy roads. The driver would overtake so much on the other side of the road that he was forcing motorcyclists off into the dirt track on the roadside. At one point, he drove so far over to the other side that the wheel clipped off the road edge and burst open. We had to wait in the bus in the blazing heat for over 40 minutes before getting going again - all part of the experience ...
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