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... tour of the lake. This time our boat driver took us through the floating farms of endless tomato plants. It is great to see the ingenuity of these people making such a resourceful farming commodity. After boating through the maze of farms, we stopped at a couple more local artisan shops, the lotus flower pagoda, and then finally the teak wood monastery. With only one small shower we got lucky with a blue sky sunny day on the lake ...
... windows were larger. It’s not as comfortable as our last train from Yangon to Thazi, one of the “express” trains that run between the nation’s two largest cities (Yangon and Mandalay). We had cushioned recliner seats on that 12-hour journey. On this local train, we have bench-style seats even though we’re in Upper Class (the same class of service as our first train).
Train 143 blows its horn loudly as we pull into ...
I can't say that the Paramount is the nicest hotel I've ever stayed in (all the dark wood and being all on stilts felt slightly like a horror movie) but they made us feel welcomed and even upgraded us to their honeymoon villas. Power cuts were frequent and they had this odd tray of medicines by ...
... Myanmar trip. From our hotel on the lake we could sit on the deck and admire the beauty and tranquility of the lake, watching birds swooping over the water, butterflies flitting around, and hearing fish splosh back into the water after going after some food. Cole and Sahra found a duck family the first day we arrived and watched out for the mom, dad, and three ducklings each morning and evening, sometimes feeding them bread from our breakfast.
... and strong threads taken out. These threads are then spun and
dyed to make Ikat patterns. Dear old ladies then follow the pattern to
produce beautiful cloth. This comes at a price as it is so rare - $80
for a scarf.
After a great lunch of fried fish and vegetables we were taken to Ywa Ma
Village to see the gold and silver smiths at work. I treated myself to a
bamboo design necklace and earrings. Next on our itinerary was Paung
Daw Oo ...