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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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Dette er helt sikkert en af de mest travle byer jeg har været i meget længe. Eller jeg aner jo egenligt ikke om de har travlt men der er bare så mange biler der køre med trafikken, imod, på tværs, dytter konstant, dobbelt parkerer så 4 sporet bliver til 2, køre gerne midt på vejen så man hele tiden …
... her cob in half and handed me some. I was shocked and tried to object but she was having none of it. Unsure what to do, I gratefully took the corn and gobbled it down. Then, I hunted in my bag, found a banana and walked it over to her - she looked happy and I felt fairly sure It was a fair deal. Another example of the generosity of the people here. We wobbled past rice fields and unchanged landscape from centuries gone by. People lived in bamboo huts ...
... the whole Scott market in her head. Anne would just say what she wanted to look at, and we would be taken around a whole array of stalls selling those products. Eventually even Anne had bought enough mementos and we headed back to the hotel. We were wanting to go back to the Swhedagon monastery, but in view of the weather, it would spoil our memories of the first time.
A chill out end to the afternoon with a Strand hotel scones & tea followed by a ...
... 70p- we were impressed!
In the evening the heavens opened so we went to a dive bar next to our hotel to sample the local beer- Hannah was the only girl in there but everyone was very friendly, if not a bit intrigued that a girl would be drinking beer. ...
... we found the restaurant that served the best Thai food we have eaten so far. The Green Gallery, just around the corner from our restaurant, was absolutely incredible, and I'm genuinely debating emailing the owner/cook/waitress, who was really lovely, asking for some tips/recipes, because we were so gutted that we wouldn't be able to eat there again (at least for quite some time).