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We stayed in Paradise 1 night. We happy with welcome music ,dinner with cultural show
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... as we had just been gazing at the stupa. We returned to the temple after dark (by taxi after last night's experience!), and it was a totally different place. There were probably fewer than a dozen Westerners to be seen the whole time we were there, and there were thousands of candles everywhere, placed by devout Buddhists. Quite a moving experience. A taxi back, and some beers on the terrace with some fellow travellers, this time from Montreal, before ...
... t abate, nor does it seem to vary a great deal. One hit wonders of the local monastery, welcoming a very important monk, we find out over breakfast. They started yesterday and so we are relatively lucky not to have endured that too. Breakfast at La Maison and then hit the road to get to the jetty and a boat ride to all the main sights, but stipulated 'no jumping cat monastery, thanks'. We hired a boat for just the two of us for the day, so we could control our ...
... vibe about it, so we spent our days chilling, cycling to nearby villages, seeing the lake & reading.
The lake is very shallow & is famous for the people that live on it. There are stilted houses rising up out of the water, floating gardens which the locals have created by gathering the floating weed that grows on the surface of the lake & forming 'land' with it. However saying that it is definitely constructed with the small frame of the ...
... all quick walkers though so we were able to gain ground on the other groups. We walked 16Km down out of the mountains towards the south end of Inle Lake.we had our last lunch cooked for us and were sent off on boats to a village at the north end of the lake called Nyaung Shwe (pronounced Nan Shwe). It was a cool boat ride that took us past local houses on stilts and fishermen.
There was some confusion when we were dropped off because our ...
... whose women wind the brass coil around their necks. The younger girls in the group had only a few inches of coils (roughly 5 turns applied at the age of 5), while the more mature ladies much more (25 by full adulthood), increased at the ages of 11 years and 18 year, this process creates long necks. Golden explained that they remove these coils every six weeks to two months, in order to clean the necklace and their necks. They are only able to go three days without ...