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.
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... a lot of people trust me), Iuri went around taking pictures. Then we went to a silk workshop to watch the infinite patience of its workers making dresses, scarf, bags, you name it, passing through stone carvers (hard work of hammering all day to shape buddha, elephants etc), then to Mahagandayon Kyaoung Monastery, home to 1700 monks that we witnessed queuing to get lunch at 11 am. Most of them were really young and all so disciplined and happy. Iuri tells me he feels a ...
... by palm leaves, and then, once the gold is pounded flat enough, it is cut into small pieces again and the process resumes with thinner pieces. The final step takes FIVE HOURS of pounding. After the gold is pounded thin enough, there is then a room of women who use exacto knives to cut the gold into the perfect squares that it is sold in to the general public. This entire process seemed incredibly tedious and mind-numbing, ...
... and they seem overly friendly, then they more often than not want something from you. Most likely your money. We reached the teahouse within a few minutes and, true to form, I was the only tourist there. We sat down and he asked what I was going to order. It was morning. Tea was fine. He called the waiter over and ordered what I assumed was two cups of tea. Within a few minutes we had tea, samosas, pastries and what appeared to be a selection of long doughnuts. I was a ...