The Kandawgyi Palace Hotel
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celebration. Back at Inle Lake we wound down to the relaxed air of
lake life complete with fishermen and floating vegetable patch
The icing on the cake of our Myanmar
Odyssey was a slice of beach action on the Bay of Bengal before we
left; but oh how we were made to pay with approximately 36 hours of
night buses, transfers, killing time in bus stations and painfully
slow local transport to get there. Seriously, I'm getting ...
... house to rest for a bit as we wanted to do a lot during the afternoon and make the most of our time in Bagan. We got on the move again from lunchtime and rented bicycles from our guest house. Needless to say our bicycles weren't the latest models on offer, more like the ones with little baskets in the front and large seats. I think I selected the light pink bicycle with a dusting of brown over the handle bars. We peddled off to a great restaurant over looking the ayeyarwady river ...
... so it did catch me off guard. I can also attest to the fact the Burmese are some of the nicest people I have ever met. All polite, friendly, courteous and willing to help you whenever you needed it.
Two weeks flew by in Myanmar and it was such an amazing experience to see a country barely touched by tourism. It was a blessing and an amazing opportunity to see such a beautiful country and people. If you can get out there now before it becomes much like the rest of SE Asia.
... that's because we are spoiled after Bagan. Than we took a taxi to a very fancy place called coffee circle with ridiculous prices but we were fed up and needed a treat. Finally here they had ok wifi and I could work on the blog for once. We stayed there till 5 pm and than we took another taxi to the biggest and probably most beautiful pagoda in Myanmar the Shwedagon Paya Pagoda. We got there at exactly the right time as sunset was setting in and we could ...
... her case. It turned out he was the man who would later transmit our brief messages, sent via a contact at Amnesty International, to Thanda while in the courtroom at Insein. Sadly, the woman who had helped her secure an attorney was soon punished by being transferred to a prison far away from Yangon and her family. It turned out that this woman was a high ranking political activist. Once she ...