Shwe Inn Tha Floating Resort
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We had the best intentions to go on a trek whilst in Hsipaw however once we saw what kind of treks were on offer and for the prices we decided it wouldn't beat what we'd seen in Kawlaw so decided to scrap that plan. Instead we decided today was a good day to update the blogs and despite our best efforts in trying to find ...
... said it, "They would rather marry someone from China than someone from the next valley.")
The tribes around Inle Lake share the bounty the lake provides in the form of fish (which are apparently plentiful), "farmland" (of sorts ... more on that in a moment), and foreigners (with varying amounts of money to spend).
ZoŽ's 8th graders (along with faculty chaperones) were just about to rendezvous with her in Nyaung Shwe, the tourist ...
Long overdue lie in until 0900, ate breakfast and opened our random presents to each other and tidied up the room for our 'special guests' later. We were wandering down the street to get snacks when we saw N & J return from their 3-day trek and agreed to meet after they'd freshened up. We quickly wandered around the market and then returned to our room, to have drinks, snacks and a catch up with N & J. At 1600, after an ...
Early start with a 0730 meet at the jetty in town. Took the boat once again out onto the lake and this time headed to Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda famous for its five Buddha images - which are some of the most holy in Myanmar. Amusingly the statues are unrecognisable now as so much gold leaf has been put on them by worshippers each day that they're just five indiscernible rocks of gold but good to see regardless! Temple itself also ...
Met at the jetty at 0900 and took the boat onto the lake. Absolutely freezing, but the boat had lovely blankets and we wrapped up until the sun got hotter. Seems to be a desert climate here,
freezing in morning and night and roasting during the day. First stop after an hour was Indein, a village (this time on the land) with a pagoda complex - a mixture of old, ruined stupas with trees
growing from them a la Angkor Wat and others that ...