Myanmar Treasure Resort Bagan
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... is about 60p! The large bottle was only 90p, but we only needed a little, it was ironic the soft drink cost more than the rum!
We went back and sat outside the guest house to join an Aussie, American and 3 Dutch and enjoyed our rum. We were happy to find out the Aussie was similar to us but his travel s are reversed and he arrives in Glasgow next month to try find work.
... to see the sunrise. It was quite nice, but not worth the 30 minute cycle to see it. What would have been nice would be to have taken a hot air balloon to see it, but at $320 for a 16 seater one, I thought was a bit pricey. There are loads of the ever morning so the one company that runs it is making a killing!
We returned to the guest house to catch a bus to Kalaw. I say bus, turned out to be a mini van and would be the most uncomfortable journey in ...
... le'pet". It is the thanakka that you see on the ladies' cheeks on the photos, it is almost universally used here. Global beauty products marketing has yet to break its spell.
Nearer Bagan we go under several large bridges (rail & road) and some large sandbanks. There is a big depth change here in the rainy season.
We arrive about 4pm into the quay at Nyaung U, the village/town near to Bagan.
Picked up again from the throng ...
... roads that can be a problem. Our first Bagan sunset was approaching, we were tired lost and now had three our of four tyres punctured!
We eventually made it back before total darkness, our first day here never looked like that in the brochure! Luckily the remaining days were a bit more organised, we took a day trip to the impressive Mount Popa and watched many sunsets and sun rises over this special place.
It never failed to disappoint. ...
... stuff from the bottom of the bus, we have a break, which invloves the men piling out and urinating on the back of the bus. A bit further on, after we have stopped to fill up the bus with petrol, there comes the actual rest break just as night is coming on. It is then someone local tells me he has no idea why we have stopped here as we are almost at Bagan, and have only an hour and a bit left to go.
We get into Bagan around 8.00pm and (as we are the only ...