Myanmar Treasure Inle Lake
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMyanmar Treasure Inle Lake
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 …
Another early start. Back in the long tail boats across the lake, a visit to a silversmiths and then up the Indein river- impassable a few days ago because of rain & fairly exciting with jumps up weirs in the boat. Walked up to 1000 ruined stupas at the Shwe Indein pagoda. Very atmospheric with no traffic noise at all. Back down the river(and weirs) for lunch and then a short visit to ...
... to make them happy. We sat and drank Myanmar beer, ate incredible vegetable dishes of okra, tofu, noodles, mange tout and carrots, mutton curry and mustard greens and put the world to rights. After another night on the floor we headed off, full of a delicious pancake and fried banana breakfast. July taught me how to do my make up the Burmese way, using wood paste as a sunscreen and make up that all the women wear to pretty themselves. We passed a school as the kids were ...
... by a very brightly coloured Pink woven bag slung over her shoulder.
We set off for our 3 hour journey across the high hills and down the next valley to reach Kyaing Tang and the Kakko monastery. The road was tortuous, being both bumpy and narrow, passing through small villages where small scale agriculture was king.
The whole route was defined by old bamboo houses were being replaced by new block versions. The traditional bamboo ...
I arrived in Kalaw in the afternoon and got dropped to my hotel, where I believe I may have been the only guest - ever! It was clean and comfortable though and only for one night with a room to myself - quite a luxury. I walked through the town to find a trekking company to go with, as they only go with minimum numbers. I found a couple of French guys who were happy for me to tag along, but when I went back to the booking office to meet them, they told me their other ...