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TravelPod Member ReviewsParadise Hotel Nyaungshwe
We stayed in Paradise 1 night. We happy with welcome music ,dinner with cultural show
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... or a wave for us, not sure if they were laughing at the tourists on the horses or were genuinely pleased to see us, hopefully it was the latter.
We stopped off at a cave that is used for prayer, were given a torch by a monk and had a nose around. It was a little bit spooky, especially as we were the only ones in there. I then had to try to get back on my horse, not the easiest thing when you're as ungainly as ...
... halfway through and comments that it was really hard. It wasn't a super easy trek but it was by no means difficult and I never felt anywhere near the point of having to drop out! We did end up with a few blisters but that was because we only had trainers and not proper hiking boots. As we reached the southern part of Inle Lake we took a 1 1/2hr longboat trip up the lake to take us to the village of Nyaung Shwe, where we were staying for the ...
... 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 ...
... and a roof). The scenery was beautiful though and I was looking forward to getting out for a hike. We met our guide Sonny, a local with fantastic English and a very cheerful demeanour. We set off through small villages, with him describing to us how they live and farm, what the local costumes represent and some of the language differences between the varying tribes. He showed us local plants and was so knowledgeable about any of our questions.
Along the hike we saw ...
Inle Lake is a must when visiting Myanmar. We had here the most beautiful and relaxing time. The rhythm of this place made us breathe slower and look more carefully, with greater awareness and it found a permanent place in our memory.
We arrived to Nyaung Shwe early in the morning and after 10 almost sleepless hours in the overnight bus from Yangon we went to 'Little Inn', a hotel that we booked a day earlier. In Myanmar booking your accommodation earlier is ...