Yuzana Garden Hotel
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... as the large lake (Kan Daw Gyi Lake) which we passed by twice – one the way in and when going to lunch.
The Shwe Dagon Pagoda.
Our driver negotiated the traffic and streets and our first stop was the Shwe Dagon Pagoda.
The historic Shwe Dagon Pagoda which dates back to 2,500 years ago, is almost 100 metres tall and is a sacred site to Buddhists as it is their belief that some relics of ...
... site. The temple there houses five famous buddha statues that have been covered by so much gold leaf that nothing is left of their shape save some bulbous spheres.
The next hour was spent taking the boat around the agricultural areas in the lake's southwest quadrant. They fill in strips of land and secure it to the lake bottom with large poles. These poles go on in all directions for quite a distance. Tomatoes are a popular crop. I can't remember well what ...
... A few pics included, but of course, will not do the centre justice!! And given I recognize that I am going to be totally useless at describing these Centres - here is the website ( sorry/not hyperlinked) - where every centre in the world is listed with full historical / geographical/ and all the interesting bits you won't find here!! www.dhamma.org Next: - IMC - International Meditation Centre: ...geez this is sorta embarrassing - but the only thing I think ...
... practice of being present; the teachings; the interviews with the teacher; the authentic atmosphere of chanting, praying, worshipping yogis; the company of very kind, very diligent and very hardworking on the cessation of suffering and better reincarnation (or no incarnation) nuns, monks and yogis; the honor of observing their daily life; the generous and beautiful people who bring food every day to the center and share with nuns and monks what little they ...
... had meter square frames with a screen of sorts. A person would spend their day applying fiber from the bamboo bark to the screen, washing and rinsing the screen as they tried to create an even layer. It was then left to dry and then peeled from the screen. From there the paper was then used to make simple pads, cards, interesting shaped lanterns and umbrellas. The umbrellas were very interesting and apparently were also waterproof….. well so they said. As we ...