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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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... of a sunset on our boat trip back. After such a great day we decided to treat ourselves to a traditional pressure point Burmese massage. We all pilled in to a line of beds behind hanging sheets and with candle light setting the mood enjoyed an hour of being pushed, pulled, pressed, manipulated, and stepped on in an a fashion that would sound pretty weird if I could even properly describe it, but man did it leave us feeling great. My last day in ...
... at 7:16 a.m. There’s no way you could sleep on this train. It was totally insane to take these two lengthy train trips back to back overnight without any sleep. We should have spent the night in Thazi and continued to Inle Lake the next day -- or skipped this train adventure entirely and taken a faster bus or flight from Yangon to Inle Lake instead.
Yangon to Nyaungshwe by bus is 378 miles by road, according to Google Maps, which estimates a drive ...
... lobby. As with much of Burma, wifi was limited at best and they also had this odd phone system. To call Villa 205, you had to dial 128. If you received an international call, their method of 'transferring' the call to you was to get one of their staff members to run around the resort with their office cordless phone (and giant antenna) looking for you. They would then stand outside your villa while you took your personal ...
Last night I met up with Jesse and had a long chat about her work here. She explained that many of the orphans are not true orphans but taken to the orphanages by the parents who can not support their children. They often turn up with nothing but the rags they are wearing. In someways these are the lucky ones as there is no real free education here . A child might get a primary education with local monks if they are fortunate then out to work at 10 or 11 years old. The very ...
... a pagoda with five Buddhas that now only looks like five
gold rounded stones. There is a story about how the royal barge
transporting them tipped over and they fell into the water. Only four
were retrieved but mysteriously the fifth one turned up one day on its
own, quite a miracle.
We finished the day at Nga Phe Chaung Monastery (Jumping Cat Monastery),
a very large monastery with pictures of the life of Buddha on the
walls. All the sites ...