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We stayed in Paradise 1 night. We happy with welcome music ,dinner with cultural show
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... consisted of 2 Austrian girls, 1 German girl, all travelling together and an Italian guy, Fabio.
We set off at 9:30 to begin our 20KM hike through the hills towards Lake Inle. We hiked through the town and out into the countryside. Parts of it reminded me of the English countryside, with its sot rolling hills and farm land laid out like a patchwork quilt.
In the afternoon we had lunch at a monastery that was cooked by our very own chefs ...
... 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 ...
... explain that it is up on top of a steep hill in the valley! I walked my bike up, muttering.
I had been a bit ill the night before so Luke tried the wine flight of 4 wines for approx $2. There was a Sav Blanc that tasted like farm, red that was a bit farmy, a rose that smelt nice and I guess was less offensively farmy than the first two and a late harvest white which was a strange mixture of sweetness and no flavour... with a hint of farm. Luke decided ...
... decided to brave the shower, a bucket of cold rain water with a fence lower than your waist so basically you were just showering in full view of the village. Although its hot in the day, it gets quite chilly in the evening, not by British standards but when you’re used to 32oC every day when it drops down to 19oC you notice it.
We all played cards into the evening either side of teatime; another note to make is that health and safety would have ...