Mandalay Hill Resort
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Bagan - Mandalay by Yangon Airways , flight no. YH 917
Morning Visit to :
Maha-gandayon Monastery (Buddhist University)
U-Bein Wooden Bridge, over 150 years long woodenbridge
Kuthodaw Pagoda, know as the world's biggest book for its stone slabs of Buddhist scriptures.
Afternoon Visit to:
Mandalay Royal Palace < …
... ferry we realised that the trip was going to be something of an experience like nothing else we have had up to this point. We paid our US$12 each and boarded the ferry via a single plank suspended above the ink black Aryewaddy river to the sound of somebody having a very thorough morning puke! Those of you who know Sarah like I do, will realise that this sound is always going to shift her mood to the darker end of the spectrum as she has a severe case of vomitophobia. We ...
... I really hope this gecko does not think it is having babies in here. I am down for the lucky gecko, not lucky gecko and extended family. If it gets any bigger, or keeps pooping on my wall, I may have to kindly evict it. Then again I have only gotten one mosquito bite since I got here… hmm this is a predicament.
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... massive new Chinese mansions all scattered about a quintessentially english town plan. That there was a clock tower in the centre of town and that it stood by a no right turn sign. I even especially liked the 1950-60's era Safeway's with its formica shelving, no lights and prices written up on of cardboard. It is such a familiar place to be yet so discombobulating at the same time. Sarah felt at times like we were cycling through the mansions of Parkstone or Evening ...
... for a break from our bike based love-in to take tea and a snack Mandalay style. Endless free Chinese green tea, super strong tea with condensed milk and coconut samosa and doughnuts. After this refuel I went to pay our bill, about £1.60 and the lady didn't have any small change to give me back 100 Kyat. Now tipping isn't common in Burma so my attempt at sign language for "keep the change" didn't land well, luckily her son broke the uncomfortable stalemate by giving me ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMandalay Hill Resort
In Mandalay we choose to stayed at Mandalay Hill Resort. beautiful, clean and good service here.
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