Mandalay Hill Resort
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In Mandalay we choose to stayed at Mandalay Hill Resort. beautiful, clean and good service here.
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Nach zwei Tagen in Singapur verlassen wir die Stadt und starten unsere Reise gen Norden: Wir fliegen über Malaysia und Thailand bis nach Myanmar. Am Abend zuvor hatten wir noch ein spannendes Treffen mit dem örtlichen Fliegerclub in Singapur, einer Vereinigung namens "Wings over Asia". Klingt gut. Und auch das Gespräch mit den …
... took forever. The whole journey probably took 7 hours which wasn’t overly fun, having no leg room. However my neighbour was a monk which was pretty cool and also I had a chat with one of the guys behind me who sold cars from POL. We arrived in Mandalay after dark, and having had dinner at the bus stop in POL, I headed to bed rather knackered from not doing much at all.
The next day I got up, had breakfast then decided that I’d hire ...
... about £20 a night
~ food: £4 each per day is plenty,
They drive on the right but 90% of their cars are right hand drive, making us think they have switched at some point. It makes for a hair raising ride!
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Agga Youth Hotel - Yangon **
Aung Mingalawa Boutique Hotel - Bagan ***
79 Living Hotel - Mandalay ***
... 360 degrees of view, we were able to see, in its entirety for the first time, the Palace grounds that sit in the middle of the city, occupying a 2 mile by 2 mile swath of green area surrounded by a beautiful moat. The river stretches as far as the eye can see in the valley below. We took pictures of the many stupas and of the modern building downtown. At sunset, we were treated to the arrival of a few young monks, whom we managed to work into our best shots. As ...
... on account of the rubbish exchange rate at airport counters, but it looks fair enough to me, and I am making it a point of principle to disregard Lonely Planet at every opportunity. The exchange people are mega-picky about the newness and crispness of your dollars, and won't tolerate folding, tearing or staining of any sort, - any lop-sided ones are tossed strait back across the counter like so much old rubbish.
Our driver, when he turns up, has ...