Paramount Inle Resort
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We left the hotel around 8:30 for the hourlong ride to the airport. After winding through traffic for half an hour, we finally get back on the main highway that leads back to Rangoon. The airport is about 25 minutes south. The road is marked with concrete tombstone markers, unfortunately measured in eighths of miles. Oops. The airport is not very …
Early start & walked down to the canal to pick our boats up. Very exciting- full speed or stopped- full speed around 15 knots I think. Across the lake to see fishermen rowing with one leg, boats collecting weed for the floating gardens and the mountains around. Stopped at Nga Hpe Kyuang, a lovely peaceful monastery, which previously had jumping cats, and then the pagoda at Phaung Daw, where the 5 day market was- ...
... food in the night market then a lock-in at the town beer station. Beers, a bottle and a half of Mandalay rum (supposedly - it was served to us in dribs and drabs in a whisky bottle, when we questioned it we were assured it was rum, unconvinced we drank it anyway) set us back £8.20 for the four of us - the most expensive part being the cokes for the rum. Drinks this cheap come with a hidden price though. Unsurprisingly, I spent the next morning sweating ...
... claims to be the cultural capital of Myanmar and it is said that the Buddha himself visited Mandalay not once but twice, the second time being disguised as a chicken.
Today though our very own Road to Mandalay has been thrilling and beautiful but it hasn’t been an easy one. We’ve been up and down, around and around corkscrewing through villages and towns, up hill and down dale. This has been ...
Luxury relax. We spent from 2.30 till 5.30 by the pool. Water far to cold to swim but interesting watching the world go by . People arriving and departing and folks returning from trips. Early afternoon in t shirts but by later scarves coats and umbrellas to keep the spray getting you because the long boat goes so fast. As an Aussie said this morning all the Europeans all 'rugged up' We laid by the ...