TripAdvisor Reviews November Hotel Inle Lake
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... necked tribes women. Although they were quite happy, they wee definitely there for the tourists, whereas the Pa-O ladies were just leading their normal lives. By the time we got back to Nyaungshwe the canal had become chocked with water hyacinth for about 500m with multiple long tail boats stuck trying to go in both directions. Eventually got clear & arrived back to the hotel and a power ...
... to start their lessons - one room that served 5-11 year olds, with four teachers that would provide different lessons in the same room to the different abilities - it must have been a really noisy room when they got going! In the next village their were bamboo basket weavers working steadily to make the goods that the locals carried on their heads full of food, things to sell or anything that needed moving from a to b. The final few hours of the trek was tough as we were tired and ...
... t have many windows, in fact usual only one. The downstairs is used for livestock and storage and the whole family live upstairs and cook in the middle of the floor. The smoke exiting from the vent in the roof. The new block houses use both floors and have as many windows as the wall space permits to add as much luxury as possible. On the remaining roadside land the area is being divided into new plot and sold off for for new house building. If you come ...
... on this recent injection of infrastructure, by building two new large undercover seating areas ready for the November tourist rush. However this meant we sat on our own in the only area which wasn't being rebuilt and tried to enjoy the meal whilst work boys were varnishing and filling and sawing all around us. (The story of our day).
The daily life going on around us gave us plenty to see and talk about, with people washing clothes, bathing, washing their ...
... were against the idea - I have to say I was slightly offended. But then I found a company called Jungle King who had a cheaper price and there were already 4 others in the group. I booked it and arranged to be there the following morning to start my 2 day 1 night trek to Inle Lake.
Next morning, I met with my new hiking gang, 3 guys from Belgium and a German/Italian called Max. We were transported to our start point in the back of a very rocky lain-ka (pick-up truck with rows ...
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