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... Nan, and his assistant, Mr. Neel, picked us up at 5am in Yangon for our first part of the journey.
Two hours later we arrived in Bago. Bago (or Pegu as it used to be known) was a major historical city and capital of the second Myanmar Empire. From the 12th century onwards, it was once Myanmar's wealthiest and most powerful city. Repeated wars over time resulted in the eventual destruction and the dispersal ...
Kyaikhtiyo pagoda is located about 160 km from Yangon, rising 1100 meters above sea level. The pagoda is famous for its unique position standing on the top of a massive bell-like stone around 80 feet in diameter is preciously perched at an impossible angle stop a rocky mountain tip.
... well as a guy in the seat behind us both needed to use theirs. Yuk.
We first arrived in Kyiakto before transferring to a smaller pick-up to take us the remaining 15km or so to the village of Kinpun. Here we were picked up by a tout at the bus station, who offered us a basic room at the Pann Myo Thu Inn for $10 a night. This was much cheaper than we had been expecting so we followed his brother (obviously) through the market stalls and restaurants ...
... repair Francesca cut a papaya and she supported me with refreshing fruit pieces .
On the way south we pass in the new capital, Naypyidaw. The first thing we see are over-sized streets. None of the roads has less than 8 tracks (4 +4). The widest has about 18 tracks (have not counted them). We also drive along many military installations and were stopped by the army they did not allow to continue on this street. ...
... the top. There must have been 50 people jammed into each truck which proved to be useful as we buffered each other as the truck careened around sharp corners and we were all thrown to one side of the truck. Sahra said the ride was more thrilling than a roller coaster because we couldn't see the road over the top of the cabin of the truck so we couldn’t see when we would be lurching sharp left or right next.
When we arrived at the top 45 minutes later ...