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 …
... in. We know this because first it is obvious the design was made for a drive-on-the-left-side country and also because of all the Japanese letters popping everywhere inside the bus. Often therefore, nothing is too reliable and the bus/vans are literally on their last legs trying to squeeze the last kilometres out of its very tired body.
We visit National Kandawgyi, the famous botanical gardens of ...
... a given on this continent), bathroom inside the room and the big new arrival in our lives: air con! Honestly it would be hard to do without. I never had air con in Australia (although lots of friends do) and I never was for it because I am quite the eco friendly type but it is hard not to get hooked on the stuff. After the crazy hot days we have, entering a cold room is like heaven.
This afternoon after our arrival we go for a walk, mainly toward the canal, we ...
... The Buddha sits in a room by itself, open on three sides to a courtyard surrounding it. Women are not allowed in the Buddha room, so they are found on the three sides praying, while many of the men enter the room to apply gold leaf to the statue. Seeing this process played out live, and knowing how long it has been going on (they have pictures of how the Buddha statue has evolved over time) was both interesting and a ...
... on how he carved The Pieta, I love that quote and just said I'd stick it in here! We also stopped off at a place on the way out of town that did wooden or more specifically teak sculpted pieces ranging from intricate puppets to animal statues and large ornate frames and panels.
Next up was a visit to Sagaing Hill that takes around 20 minutes to climb up. It was pretty hot but the zedi and views at the top are well worth ...