Mann Myanmar Inn

27th Street, between 65th and 66th Street, Mandalay, Myanmar | Hotel
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Myanmar - Mandalay

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... s worth visiting at least these ones.

Mandalayīs Railway Bazaar: itīs north east of the city walls, east of 80th and between 11th and 10th. It’s a real market, not for tourists and one of the best ones we have seen. You can see local people sell crickets, skewers of frog, fried rats and more. Itīs definitely worth the time looking for it.


The food is generally cheap with a lot of local ...

A water festival to finish

A travel blog entry by hanush


... the name of our hotel - took us right to the front door, such a good bloke!).

The next morning, Thingyan kicked off. The empty streets we had seen the night before had turned into a massive waterfight-slash-dance-party. Everyone was throwing buckets of water, drinking beer and dancing on the backs of trucks and trailers. The stages were equiped with water cannons and everywhere was ankle-to-knee deep in water. "Happy happy?" we would be asked, our ...

Amarapura - old, Mandalay - city, Mingun - retreat

A travel blog entry by thefantastic

... could not be picky about
what was donated and cooked by volunteers for them to eat.

Next up was the U-bein bridge. The 2nd largest wooden bridge in the world. Must say the wooden were like quite uneven and like rickety. We took a boatmen ride around the banks and under the bridge before walking back. It reminded me a lot of the incomplete bridge in France. There was this whole flock of ducks being herded to the nearby duck farm! ...

Mandalay II

A travel blog entry by daveandjenna


... br> At 6am, we woke and enjoyed breakfast on the roof before heading out for some shopping and an exploration of Mandalay's market. The hustle and bustle of the market in the mornings is amazing to wake up to. Monks wandered through the streets collecting alms, carts of fruits were being pushed along by boys of no more than 15 and bamboo baskets stood at the side of the road holding chillies, dried fish and tea leaves. We wandered around for ages, enjoying yet again ...


A travel blog entry by daveandjenna


... watch, waiting with the locals in the shade until the crowd began to gravitate towards the race course. Here, two teams of two oxen were walked to the end of the race track (dried up lake bed) marked out with Buddhist flags, and waited for the starter to give the signal. Suddenly, out of nowhere, a cloud of dust rose and we saw the two teams racing towards the finish line at remarkable speed. We watched the first two teams race each other twice (the result was based on the ...


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