Travel Blogs from Nyaungshwe
We moved from Mandalay to Heho
Residence of Inntha people
Nge Pe Chaung Monastery
Overnight in Paradise Resort and Dinner with cultural Show
Apart from a final night back in Yangon before heading back to Bangkok, Inle Lake is the last of what is known as the tourists "Big Four" (Yangon - Mandalay - Bagan - Inle Lake) . I have come here for 2 days to relax and unwind by the lake. Most tourists to Myanmar rave about their time spent at Inle Lake, I however would rate it behind the rest, …
... Steve) and some yummy tapas. It was a great way to finish off a great day.
September 3, 2013
We had an easy day today. We sat on the sidewalk and ate ice cream while we enjoyed people watching and talking about our time here. There are a couple things that we have failed to mention about Myanmar. The first thing, betel nut. The locals chew the betel nut to give them a little bit of a high, similar to our chewing tobacco. If possible, it is ...
... were above or near the water, however I discovered that they are indeed floating in the same way a pontoon on a lake would. I have no idea of the physics behind this, but the result is amazing. Chris (our Swiss travelling companion actually got out and stood on them and sunk into them like one would a pool cover. When I stood up in the long-boat there were literally tomato plants as far as I could see floating on top of the lake.
... literally everything (as is the most delicious and addictive of condiments, MSG). It was no surprise to us that one of the locals we met told us that Myanmar has a big problem with diabetes. Given I am yet to see anyone who weights much over 60kgs (men and women) it must definitely be diet and not the weight itself contributing to the disease. Coco also told me that he thinks it's also caused by the large amount of MSG people here consume. ...
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We stayed in Paradise 1 night. We happy with welcome music ,dinner with cultural show
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