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TravelPod Member ReviewsClassique Inn Yangon (Rangoon)
After an "upgrade" we ended at a room with air around us. Meaning the first room was small, with to much dust all over the room.
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... and fittings. I had a pot of Japanese tea for AS$0.60. It is also next to the USA Embassy so even more surprising. We continued walking back to the People's Park where we had a nice lunch in the shopping centre / entrance building. It was then back to the motel, on foot, via the park and some very busy roads, for a rest before dinner. We tried to do a fair amount of walking on the first day with no riding so the legs don't seize up, job done. Met up at 5pm and walked a couple ...
... will swerve round you, we cross through stationary cars, with no worries about motorbikes zooming up the edges. We're staying in May Fair Inn, which is just off the Strand! However, at c.£16/night it is not as posh as it sounds. Located in a narrow street with eateries just outside, our room doesn't even have a window, though it does have aircon which we'd usually avoid. It also has a friendly worker with excellent English who has been able to write ...
... was indeed yum yum, and filled our tummies (along with copious amounts of Chinese tea) went to the main temple in the city. As the temple came into view we saw a "Happy World" sign for a man made lake with swan pedal boats and cheesy music: a typical Asian mix of tat and beautiful temple sights. As we walked up to the main temple: Shwedagon Paya, we walked through the markets that lined the steps, full of tourist plastic gold ornaments and stuff. The afternoon was ...
... Longhi with a normal poly cotton shirt.
We were then cast adrift at the hotel by our guide, so we had luncheon in the teak and leather main bar, before resting through the heat of midday.
Since we had time of our own, we walked a kilometre or so, to a large temple complex by the port, which is not on the tourist trail particularly, but has a hair of the Buddha. We had to cross a chaotic four lane main road and a then a four lane motorway tollbooth before getting to ...
... would have hated every moment of it- the journey lasted around eight hours and was in a beat up old bus that felt like being in an incinerator. It was as hot as the entertainment was absurd- the locals on the packed coach found the crude sitcom on the TV hilarious: the (very obvious) tranny repeatedly falling over things and household objects swinging into her (his) ****** with amusing sound effects reminded me a bit too much of certain Carry On films but is all the rage in Myanmar ...