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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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... re actually going to a local vineyard to do a little wine tasting! The journey is OK, though the 200cc tuktuks struggle with seven bodies up the steep hill at the end. The place looks pretty decent – 20 hectares of local vineyards, and another 55 a few kilometres away. We get a tour round the winery, and it looks equally impressive – while they’re only producing around 200K bottles per year at the moment, there’s plenty of capacity at the ...
Jeff and I completed a 28-hour marathon journey from Yangon to Inle Lake aboard Myanmar Railways Train 143, a torturously slow local train that took 11¼ hours to travel about 90 miles up the mountains from the junction station of Thazi to Shwenyaung.
Despite the extreme discomfort of traveling 28 hours overnight with no sleep on turtle-speed trains with no air-conditioning or decent bathrooms, the final part of our trip was incredible as we got an up-close ...
... mountains and through charred landscapes blackened from forest fires. We saw the Taung Yoe tribe celebrate the Poy Sang Long Festival (Novice Monk Ordination Ceremony), met Kyaut Lone (Round Stone) the 72 year old farmer teaching himself English who I helped with his pronunciation, we played beer-fuelled games by candlelight, I became an honorary member of the Pa-O tribe with the help of the headscarf Nam Pan weaved, we learnt a Burmese tongue twister, we ...
We also went to a working blacksmith workshop (!) where we learned the meaning of ‘strike while the iron is hot’. It’s unbelievable how these men could work in this ultra-hot space, doing gruelling physical labour for long hours a day. We watched four men make an iron scythe – or part of one as we got too hot to stay to the end – and marvelled at their hard work.
Inle Lake was a beautiful way to ...
... highest at an altitude of 2,900 feet (880 m). During the dry
season, the average water depth is 7 feet (2.1 m), with the deepest
point being 12 feet (3.7 m), but during the rainy season this can
increase by 5 feet. We were transported around the lake on long tail
speedboats taking four or five people at a time. We first stopped to
have a close up view of the local fishermen who use one leg to steer
their boats whilst balancing on the other. They ...