Pacific Hotel Mandalay

Address: Corner of 30&78th St., Chan Aya Tha Zan T/S, Mandalay, Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Corner of 30&78th St., Chan Aya Tha Zan T/S, Mandalay.
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      Motorcycle Diaries from Mandalay

      A travel blog entry by josh_manning on Nov 10, 2014

      ... stepping over 30m deep cracks and the view over the river was awesome. Here I also got asked by about 4 different monks if they could have their photo with me, celebrity status, and I in turn got a couple with them. I then carried on to a white pagoda you could see from the top of the large block and had a little wonder around there, having yet more photos with the locals. At this point it had reached around 3pm so I decided to start making my way ...

      Myanmar - our summary

      A travel blog entry by offonourown2 on Nov 05, 2014

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      ... Indian/Nepal/Thailand/China. They use a lot of noodles, rice, vegetables, fish pork and chicken. Hardly any beef or weird Chinese ingredients although they have a lot of Chinese tourists.

      Transport - very old and the trains are very dirty and shake badly. Cheap - not comfortable. They are easy to book though and run regularly. We didn't actually get on a bus.


      A Cool Mountain Town

      A travel blog entry by josh_manning on Nov 03, 2014

      ... the diet I have had in Myanmar of either fried Noodles or fried rice and the occasional curry.

      On the walk back Sandro got us a little lost and we had lots of stray dogs giving us a lot of attention, barking and generally acting quite aggressive towards us, but I eventually got us home rabies free and we headed to bed. Tomorrow we take the 7 hour train to Hsipaw which I’ve been told is an experience in itself, so I’ll leave this here, bye for ...

      Burmese Days

      A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Nov 01, 2014

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      ... in the sun like polished brass or copper. On the road there is less traffic than normal and lots more cows wandering mournfully along the verges in small herds, usually followed by small man in a sarong (or longee) who flicks them into line with a long stick. Less frequently there are Brahmin bulls yolked in pairs to carts and wagons with enourmous tottering loads of cotton and sugar cane; and of course there are monks all over the place. - Apart from the usual ...


      A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Oct 13, 2014

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      ... we were taken to some more shopping opportunities (we had already been taken to a lacquer ware shop) in the guise of a silversmiths and pot makers. Quite interesting the pot makers make traditional water pots with rounded bottoms we have seen all over the place. First they make the pot on a wheel hand-driven so quite slow, then beaten out to the right shape by hand.

      Inwa is an ancient royal capital four times after Bagan was abandoned, it is on an ...

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