Ngwe Moe Hotel Mawlamyine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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105km, 29 to 40deg, 91% humidity, cloudy patches but fine. A few showers overnight made it a tad (more) humid early but it soon dried out. Due to the distance today we planned to ride away a little earlier than normal, but by the time we fiddled with the bikes we only got away at 7:45am. This part of the country was the capital of the old kingdom of Lower Burma, at its prime during the 9-11th century, ...
... incidents". On the surface at least, all appeared calm at the many polling booths we passed. The first 50km gave our backsides a real pounding, with more potholes and patches than road. We were all a bit tender by the time the lunch stop came up and could have done with some standing. This lunch stop was the best meals were had thus far, lovely mild slow cooked (wood stoves) curries, veggies, mutton, beef and chicken. Rode away like fat little ...
... we all agreed it was worth it. The last 7km or so each way to the fishing village was some of the roughest path I've ridden on. That said it was the best day yet on this tour. We even managed to witness some more road building, Burmese Style, which fascinates the heck out of us all for some reason. Dinner was at a very nice restaurant where the food was the best so far. I had crab & baby corn soup and prawns with cauliflower. Capped off a great ...
Brekky at the motel consisted of one rice flour and coconut pancake and a banana. A bit light on for cycling 84km in the heat, but we get plenty of snacks along the way so we'll survive. Rode away at 8am into an already hot day, got up to about 33deg but in the sun it was energy sapping and felt like more. Luckily there's a lot of rubber trees growing close to the road so we got some shade as we ...
We've had two full days in Mawlamyine, and arrived before it got dark, so had time to walk along the river and back, watching the sunset. We arrived into an enormous station which only sees a few trains a day after a journey of good scenery. Early on there were lots of rice paddies. Unlike earlier in the year when they were all bright green with freshly planted out rice, now they are quite mixed. Some are still bright green, but some look more corn coloured as they're ready for harvesting, ...