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Travel Blogs from Bagan
... br> I am on the Bagan plain. There ate 3 towns here, Bagan, New Bagan and Nyaung U and you can almost interchange the three. Most people just refer to the area as Bagan and I will for this. I am staying in Nyaung U cos it is the backpacker heartland. They cook on the street and there are heaps of cheap hotels.
The area has over 4000 temples, built between the 11th and 13th centuries. They say they would have to start a new one every ...
... br> Farmer have small plots and still plow with oxen and wooden plows
We had our Burmese makeup done by the village lady who ground the bark into a paste as we waited very attractive!!! JEFF says it has taken 30 years off my face but still thinks i look 66
Ps mikayla turn your sound ...
... including the actual Ananda. On my travels I bumped into Dave and we had another catch up. Thought I could hitch a ride back to mine on his horse and cart he'd hired but ti wasn't to be! So I walked to the main road where I waited for a bus. Now the bus was more like an old livestock pickup truck and I loved it! As I sat in the back there with the other villagers/passengers, I said to myself, now this what it's ...
... to find our bikes in a different place to how we left them
(possibly in numerical order?).Observed some of the process for
making lacquer ware goods – very time consuming. Takes nearly 6 months
to make a small cup due to the lacquering (18 layers) and drying process
(must go into a dry room due to humidity). Explains why the genuine
artefacts can be quite pricey by Myanmar standards! Last night here before a 5:30am start - heading to ...
... we were the only people there, the family has made umbrellas for the local monks for generations and they showed us the step-by-step process for how they are made. It was a great learning experience and super interesting, which led us to make a few purchases!
We enjoyed the hill country and escaping the incredible heat for a few days. The locals are super friendly and the scenery was beautiful, much like Colorado or the east slope of the Cascades. ...