Nanda Wunn Hotel

Address: No.80 Yone Gyi Road, Nanda Wunn Quarter, Nyaungshwe, Myanmar | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on No.80 Yone Gyi Road, Nanda Wunn Quarter, Nyaungshwe, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Nyaungshwe

      Lake Inle

      A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Oct 28, 2014

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      ... you are sick of rice". We were sick of rice and enjoyed a very nice savory pancake as well as a banana pancake! We also had a really lovely (and expensive for Myanmar) set meal of Shan food at a good restaurant overlooking the canal leading to the river.

      Anyway we did do more than just eat... on the first full day Luke actually got me on a bike that I had to pedal! shocking! we rode to the Red Mountain Winery. The good book says it is in a valley... it ...

      Boat on a river

      A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Oct 22, 2014

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      ... themselves. This was an obvious reminder to me that of course, I was not working; I would not be working until January; how lucky I am to be in the position I am in. The pupils came to the wall and greeted me. I spoke very briefly and then left them to enjoy their play time.

      Eventually, the path I was on took me to the river where dozens of huge, teak hollowed boats were moored. Every so often, a boat ...

      Inle lake.

      A travel blog entry by samandken on Oct 17, 2014

      1 comment

      ... what you were being treated for.
      Onto the usual silversmiths and weaving places, was spectacular to see them weaving lotus stalk. Not sure I'd like to wear it but it finished off as rough as raw cotton. They have the stalk, cut it into about 5cm lengths and very carefully pull out threads which then gets spun. Saw some men making knives in a really basic blacksmith shop. They also made scissors, swords, machetes even cigar snippers!
      Cigars ...

      Going bush.

      A travel blog entry by samandken on Oct 15, 2014

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      ... thing with egg and clotted milk.
      Phew, back to our house and rest, except then we showed them aussie photos of the farm and the girls, they had to quickly leave, so photos and then they were gone. Seemly we met them because of the good luck from going to the pagoda yesterday.
      Managed to get in touch with Brendon and find out where they were staying so I went over to them as they were just around the corner. Also saw mum and we took her straight to the ...

      Inle Lake

      A travel blog entry by luciecox on Aug 08, 2014

      227 photos

      ... one, either filling them with a sweet tobacco or non-sweet tobacco. The smokers amongst the group were eager to try. We also saw a weaving factory, where the most expensive scarf is sold at 400$ (not overpriced at all considering the time and effort it took to make it), Phaung Daw Oo Paya, a Buddhist temple, a silver smith factory and Nga Hpe Kyaung also known as the jumping cat monastery, which to me, was the highlight of the day. As the nickname indicated, the monastery is home ...