Phyo Guest House

Myin Ka Par Village, Bagan, Myanmar | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bagan

Myanmar a magical fairytale

A travel blog entry by markjoy


... their English, specially the younger people because in the past Burma/Myanmar was till 1947 a British colony so the older people know a bit English and the younger have to learn. So where ever we walk or drive people wave, ask if they may guide us (for practising their skills, which are not so good unfortunately, it sounds more like momhmhohmh). One girl talked about a bellie,I thought let's hear the rest of the story but I couldn't get it....she ment Palace!!!
And ...

Temple Bagan

A travel blog entry by wideyedtraveler


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After a glorious couple of hours sleep we set out for an explore and to organised a horse and cart, to see the temples, for the following day. While exploring we stumbled upon Bagan’s (very much) watered down version of Koh San Road (A few restaurants and bars catering for tourists) where we promptly sat and had an afternoon beer at a place called Weather spoons.


The weeds soak up all the rain

A travel blog entry by ecour0404


... with different characters. Our second day we took a trip with a guy from Holland (yop) to mount poppa. This is (another) temple atop a mountain 777 steps up. The temple itself was not very impressive compared to the others I have seen and the view was not great due to the haze and time of the year (the locals practice slash and burn agriculture leaving the land looking like a barren wasteland) but once again the experience was made due to the locals. I sat at ...

Bangkok I

A travel blog entry by henryghevans

... the camp was sited, probably to make it as uncomfortable as possible for the protesters. We got into the mall and found that most shops (lazy buggers!) don't open til 11 am; this wouldn't give us time to get the photos and the visas. We used the mall wifi and found that there were some photo shops near the embassy so we headed off in a taxi to get there and split; I went to the embassy to get forms done while RC beetled off to have her ...


A travel blog entry by andynemz


... colonial rule they drove (correctly) on the Left, as a
mark of their independence they switched to driving (less correctly)
on the Right hand side but did not change their cars. There are many
flaws in this theory, mostly that the cars which are right hand drive
were generally manufactured and bought well after the British left
the country but why let the truth get in the way of a good idea?

Getting to Bagan -
The wake up call was 10 minutes early, ...


This hotel, located on Myin Ka Par Village, Bagan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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