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... to Nyaungshwe, and dinner. This time we’ve decided to head down to the local market and go with some of the street food we’ve been eyeing up for the last few days. It’s pretty nice, and cheap as chips, but particularly oil-laden! We stop at a local restaurant and enjoy dessert pancakes before heading back to the hotel to pack ready for an early start in the morning. We also get up at half past one in the morning to watch the England versus Uruguay ...
... stilted villages and local communities trying to sell their goods. We saw how the locals make cigars, wood work, weaving, silver and even got to meet a couple girls still holding on to the Karan tribe long neck traditions. With so many stops, tea and shopping we were lucky enough to be boating back through the lake at sun down and caught the local foot rowing fisherman at work. It is impressive to see them balancing on the end of their boats on ...
... a parade of people commuting to town for work and school on bicycles, trucks with homemade motors, horse carts, and motor scooters. And then every afternoon, they all came back to cross the bridge to go home. We were also serenaded every night by a group of locals that played guitar and sang us to sleep. So you’re probably thinking, why didn’t you close the windows!? Well our room didn’t have aircon ...
... for wine tasting. We reached Red Mountain vineyard and those last few steps to the restaurant felt like climbing Everest (not that I would know). We finally arrived hot, sweaty and delirious. I collapsed on a chair and croaked "ice, lime juice, now please".
After recovering from my exhaustion, we managed to try some of the wines. Having just come from Waiheke Island in New Zealand and Hunter Valley in ...
... at the main monastery in each village for the night. The high light of the festival is on the day when the images arrive at the main town of Nyaung Shwe, where most pilgrims from the surrounding region come to pay their respects and veneration. In the past, the Saopha of Yawnghwe would personally welcome the images. The images would be taken from the barge and a grand procession would take them to the palace or haw of the Saopha, entering the ...
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