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We stayed in Paradise 1 night. We happy with welcome music ,dinner with cultural show
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... to at least keep some of the rain off of him. We checked into a twin room for the whopping price of $7 a night including breakfast :-) and Min Min said if we wanted to go for dinner later to meet him at 7. In the process of unpacking Dave suddenly realised he had left his tablet and book on the minibus so he went off to try and find it whilst I got my head down. The owners were very helpful but sadly he wasn't able to get it back.
We booked ...
... upload). It was so good, the fish curry was the only disappointment really-too fishy! We walked back to town, played on the wifi at the hotel them headed back to the great restaurant for dins. Them wandered to a bar and bumped into a lovely English couple (who live in Western Australia) that we had met in Yangon-got some great tips for hotels and restaurants in Bagan. Early night as up at 6am for the ...
... At about 10pm there is a lot of hoo hah going on so we follow the loud music and trail of people to find a procession heading to the launching field. We follow nice and close, waiting in anticipation. Eventually, an hour later, a group of 50 or so people are clearing the area to unfold a huge paper balloon. A man holding a huge torch of fire enters the ring of people and is enveloped by the balloon. After a lot of ruffling, shuffling, pushing ...
... of the stars. I haven’t seen the sky like this in my travels yet.
I was talking to a middle aged couple in Inle Lake at the end of my hike and they were saying that people had told them that Myanmar was a beautiful country but they hadn’t seen that yet, so they wondered what they weren’t seeing that other people were? I told them you have to get out of the towns and off the beaten track. Walking from village to village and through fields ...
... day was more walking through pine trees and along mountain ridges, however none of it was overly taxing. We hiked for about 2 hours before lunch where we stopped a little village where mainly farmers lived, however Myanmar has a good education practice, so the village had a school etc, even though it had no mains electricity.
Here we had lunch then all had a siesta as the Spanish Girls put it, all having had a mediocre sleep on the bus the night before. After an hour nap, ...