Myanmar Treasure Resort Bagan
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... dangled over the edge as we took in the view and discussed with Anglekott the burmese way. It turns out he was an artist and we asked about his paintings so he got them out of his bag to show us. We all wanted to buy a painting from Myanmar and so it seemed a good way to buy a momento of ur amazing morning. He then led us back to the main road and off we went. after hiding out for the hottest part of the day we jumped back on our E-bikes and attempted to find a nice sunset spot. ...
... see and he showed me the pic in his iPhone! So I asked if I could have a pic too. He put his phone, wallet and ice pop down and smiled and stood next to me. Once we looked at the photo I realised he had such a serious face that he looked almost angry. When he saw my pic he smiled and then ran off to show his family his pic of me. Well that started a whole photo session! I couldn't get away as ...
... going to tell you a little bit about the pagodas we visited. There are two kinds of pagodas: one is a "stupa" that you can walk 'around’ and often has a relic buried inside it; the other is a “temple” that you can go ‘into’.
From the airport, we went first to our hotel (it was still early!) where we found we had been assigned a beautiful room, facing the river. This was the Bagan Thande Hotel – ...
... bad traffic. No wonder traveling in Myanmar takes so long! Our taxi driver was a really nice guy, although a bit of a crazy driver (typical in Myanmar from what I can tell) and tried to keep us entertained with music. The bus terminal itself was not exactly what I'd call a bus terminal but the bus was surprisingly nicer than any coach bus in the UK! The journey to Bagan was 9 hours long and at the start we randomly pulled over and on a hopped a girl and guy with a trolley with drinks ...
Bagan is known as the city of four million pagodas built around the tenth century. There are in fact around 2 thousand now visible! More could have been built had Genghis Khan not invaded in 1287 after King Narathihopate assassinated an ambassador of Kenghis Khanate! For four centuries Bagan was left to the elements and thought to be haunted by spirits. The 1975 earthquake destroyed half of the pagodas which are now being slowly restored.
After checking in ...