Bay of Bengal Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Ngwe Saung
... towels, chair cushions, etc. After housekeeping came the next day, it spruced it up. I think they were just not quite ready for us when we arrived. In Ngwe Saung, the electricity is limited, so from the hours of 9am-12pm there is no electricity at resorts. It comes on for approximately an hour and then shuts off again until 6pm. Guests have electricity throughout the night until 9am the next morning. ...
We planned to rise a bit later but I couldn't stay in bed beyond 6:45 - poor Linda. We went to breakfast early and then Linda met John Bosco to go and get bus tickets and I went to the bank for the last time where our new best friend is very keen to improve his English and we have independently both had to reject his suggestions to meet us for dinner. (It's ok, Adrian. He's 20, if he's a day and not Linda's type!) We left our stuff at the hotel. ...
... taxi trips within the township cost 500 kyat and 1000 kyat to the resorts to the North and South (up to a 5 minute trip).
Motorbikes (Honda Wave clones from China) can be hired for the day from most hotel receptionists for 10,000 kyat or less, there is no insurance and it is in most cases the hotel staff's own bike so take care of it and be sure to get it checked out prior to hiring if there are any known issues with the bike. The ...
Today has been the loveliest day.
We breakfasted early and then, as Anna had asked me to type out her favourite song for her, I went to the library early and printed it out. We had a chat with the girls and John Bosco until the boys' truck arrived with Toto the driver from the seminary. We now know that Stephen and Carolus have gone to Yangon to join a new English class which lasts one month and I'm sure they'll do ...
... was small but interesting. Foreigners are supposed to pay 2,000 kyats but we balked at this and were let off as we are teachers. I was most interested in a display which set out the different stages of planting and harvesting rice.
As we left we gave both the boys and the girls around 20,000 kyats ($20) each to buy food for our picnic tomorrow. Linda and I went with the girls to the market and they were very thrifty, hunting from stall to stall for the ...