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... is for the temples of course. There are literally thousands of temples around Bagan so we have to choose carefully. This site can be compared to Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
We are now about to leave Bagan. It was an absolutely wonderful experience, especially the sunsets, which we experienced on both nights we were there. We walked a lot on the first day. It is really hard to do anything in the scalding heat in this area, but we march on and try ...
... ICE COLD, beer. Our first night we each had 6 which gave us the courage to try the local curry. It was fragrant spiced with coconut, chilies and other wonderful spices – absolutely delicious. We became regulars and went back for several nights indulging in ice cold beer, homemade potato chips and that fabulous curry!!! There were a couple of mornings we didn't feel 100%! We’re all missing that Beer Station!
Last stop Monywa and ...
... onto Dhammayangyi Pahto, a collosal red-brick temple, visible from all over Bagan, and looking (to us at least) reminiscent of a stepped Mayan temple. This place is surrounded by hawkers, including a cheeky-but-friendly 10-year-old who can speak excellent English! The inside is less impressive, but then the interior circling corridor (there are two concentric corridors inside) was intentionally filled in not long after it was built. There are also ...
... never been on a sleeper train, I thought "why not?". BIG MISTAKE.
Once we met up with our guide to take us to the train station, we made a quick stop to a local supermarket to stock up on snacks and water (thank goodness we did!). We arrived at the station early. It was a charming, colonial-looking building - old and 'rustic'. I thought to myself 'surely the trains would not match the station in style and ...
... MMK 8,000/USD 9).
Before we went to bed we were captured by a young coachman who insisted on taking us to one of the famous sunrise points. We were tempted for a while, especially because Gonzalo started to say that it was his only chance to see the sunrise (he believed he wouldn´t be able to get up at 4.30 on the following day), nevertheless, I felt too tired and refused to go and the rest of our team finally capitulated and agreed to accompany me to the ...