Thiri Myaing Hotel

Address: Anarahta Rd., Mandalay, Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Anarahta Rd., Mandalay.
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      Day 9. Still Trekking...

      A travel blog entry by alandbeth on Nov 10, 2014

      An early rise and.cold shower which consisted of throwing basins of water over our heads ala Ice Bucket Challenge gave a good start. We were also made pancakes by our host family which were great! We set off for day 2 of the trek which was similiar to the first, stunning scenary with some great climbs! It was much hotter today as well. We also discovered one of our trekkers is a beer monster or le biere monst as ...

      Motorcycle Diaries from Mandalay

      A travel blog entry by josh_manning on Nov 10, 2014

      ... could just drive through so I followed suit, dodging pedestrians and stalls in the middle of the road. I finally got back to the hotel about 10 minutes later.

      Having never driven a motorbike before coming to Asia, I am quite pleased with my progress on one, if you had said "I’d be driving through Mandalay in the dark on my trip" before I had left England I would have not believed you. I was actually dead set against hiring a bike ...

      Day 8. The Trek begins...

      A travel blog entry by alandbeth on Nov 09, 2014

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      So we had breaky and met with the rest of the group and our trekking guide Jonny. We had a French guy, a Belgian couple and a couple of Swiss ladies on the trip. Everyone was nice but everyone spoke French (curse you secondary school German!) so Beth and I were out the loop in parts :-( It was a lovely sunny day when we headed off, the morning was ...

      Day 7. Kalaw via Nyaungshwe

      A travel blog entry by alandbeth on Nov 08, 2014

      Woke up on and off on the night bus. We were meant to get to Kalaw for 5am-ish. The bus was smashing it round the hills which kept you on your toes. It got to 530am and we still hadn't stopped so had assumed it was late and then we rocked up to a stand and everyone got off. I asked the lad whether this was Kalaw, got a smile and a nod. Jackpot! So we got off, grabbed the bags and got past the annoying rickshaw guys to be stopped by the goverment guys who ...

      Burmese Days

      A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Nov 01, 2014

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      ... remembered just in time that they had a bloody great temple to tile and bought up all the end of line stock from Tile Warehouse. But to be fair, this place is all about the view, which is simply stunning, and totally unexpected, - a bit like finding the Hanging Gardens of Babylon inside your local B&Q. The other place we visit today is a place called Mingun, which is a good deal further up the river and houses the remains of a collosal stupa. Only the bottom ...