Myanmar Treasure Resort Bagan
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
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... to help log timbers for centuries. This was only the third visit of strangers, and although the local humans are still getting used to foreigners, the baby elephant already knows that foreigners means tasty different food treats, and every at every opportunity she was back to check out the visitors for bananas or tamarinds.
All along the river, there are thousands of stupas constructed, with spikes and spires towering over the tree tops, ...
... by his aunt, and for 3 months Buddha went up to heaven to visit his aunt and that makes Buddhist Lent and it ends with the full moon to celebrate Buddha's return to Earth, and I also learned resting Buddha versus passing (death) Buddha positions; many of the people in Myanmar are studying English for their tour guide license which is very hard to get and English teachers charge a lot of money, so they enjoy talking to the tourists. Children also come up to you ...
... lost again and ended up at the back entrance to a temple- a couple of rabid dogs clocked us on their patch and chased us off (we say chased but the bike was so slow it wasn't much of a run for them). It was still rather scary having 2 dogs nipping at your legs!
In the evening we decided to head out to see the sunset. It was so cloudy there was evidently no sunset to be seen but we ventured out anyway to see the last few temples ...
... during this period. We might of been the earliest visitors, but whilst we up at the top, many more started arriving, before the heat became too intense. Because the stairs on the shadow side were now congested, we came down the sunny side. Even at 8:45 the steps were only just bearable and the hand rails too hot to hold. At the bottom the sand picture and blouse hawkers were waiting. Anne fell instantly at their first attack to buy a picture. This then caused us to be chased ...
Bagan is the image of Myanmar that everyone can picture, hot air balloons drifting above hundreds of temples while the sun rises in the distance. My experience, unfortunately, was marred by illness so I wasn't able to enjoy all there was to see and do there. And with it being off season, the hot air balloon rides were not available. It did mean I could save the $300 price tag too though.
Having said that, what ...