Myanmar Treasure Inle Lake
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On of a kind hotel on the shore of Inle lake. Boat access only is amazing, The sunsets on the lake or on your deck are out of this world. The food at the resort is great and the singing cowboy is great in the evening during dinner. A magical place.
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We hit the town of Inle Lake and went to the boat launch. Our next several days would be based on a boat access only hotel on Inle Lake. We would have to take a long boat from one of the towns many canals into Inle lake. About a 45 minute boat ride down the canal and out into the 22 Km long Inle Lake. While waiting for our boat. Dev and Kina bought …
... what we were looking at. Heading back down was easier, but masses of people were heading up. The trek back to the hotel was a bit more difficult - straight uphill on a poorly marked trail. We got lost for a few minutes, but made it back. We hired a driver at noon to take us the 200+ miles to Kalaw - about 5 hours, and made it to our next hotel just in time for a ...
... back so we booked a back up. We rocked up at the backup and were allowed to check in, brilliant we thought. We all went in to the room and then stopped. It was filthy. I then noticed a stain all over the floor and one of the beds. Then dirt on the other bed. I don't mind cheap but I do not do dirty... so we walked straight back ...
... afraid of driving the car thinking it would crawl out of the pedals and bite them.
On the way back we stopped at a local agricultural village and saw people cutting taffy, roasting peanuts, and various other things. Saw the biggest bushel of peanuts I'd ever seen. After driving around a bit more we went back to Jetty-town and switched to a motorboat. All of the boats are effectively the same: about 30 feet long and with a standard ...
... provided by the Organisers before the day’s drive. It was market day along the shore so we were also able to collect delicious fresh fruit and the odd garland of flowers. No one bought a laurel wreath though - that would be tempting fate.
There was a Regularity on a smooth gravel road in the morning to keep the suspense going and to keep those very contenders for the wreath on their toes. As we ...