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... were on, I set off in the right direction. I drove first to Sagaing, which is just outside of Mandalay and you need to cross quite a cool bridge in order to get onto the other side of the river before pulling over to see in the LP what there actually was to see. It turned out to just be pagodas, being a little templed out I decided to change my destination to Minigun, a place which apparently had some cool buildings to see, a cool name and a nice ...
... betal nut, a leaf that is filled with the nut, slake lime, tobacco and spices
Words we learned:
Mingalar - Hello
chay-zoo-par - thank you
their numbers are not the same as ours but we did learn how to say these
tik - number 1
thone - number 3
lay - number 4
We loved ~ Everything (except the red spitting habit mentioned above)
... to spend our day going to a nearby waterfall. We decided to save money and just get 1 bike between the two of us. It was about a 20 minute ride and I found out I am much more comfortable driving than being a passenger. Anyway the walk to the waterfall was down a steep hill so we left the bike at the top and headed down. The waterfall was worth the walk, being pretty impressive and we scrambled our way across to just underneath it which was really cool.
... approx 45kms!) and the strangeness and general otherness of the place gradually creeps over you as you watch the dark green hills, the palm trees and the fields slide past. The hills around Mandalay are covered in temples and stupas, that prickle up through the trees. There are bell shaped ones, thin needle-like ones, square obelisk-type ones and golden-domed whoppers. Some are completely white, but most are plastered with gold or what looks like gold, and ...
After a great night's sleep, I got up early and had a fantastic, fried rice and vegetables for breakfast. I then set off early heading north on 20th Street (Mandalay is a numbered grid system like New York City) to reach the south west corner of the moat around Mandalay Palace. Each side of the moat was a 2.5 kilometre walk.
I ducked under the teak and mango trees too avoid the heat. ...