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 …
... good condition and people fight to refurbish them and get their name on the front. At this off season mid-week occasion it's a very peaceful site with a lovely ambience. We walked around the stupas and visited the reclining Buddha with his disciples and rice offerings before going into the standard form of temple, although it did have a huge white elephant to answer your prayers.
After group photos and a final walk around we were heading for ...
... through a hole at the top of the net. We then stopped by a place where they make paper and bamboo parasols, followed by a canoe ride through the local village only accessible on water. We then stopped by a local tobacco factory where hand rolled cheroots, the cheap ones are made with tobacco mixed with roasted corn leaves and rolled in tree leave, selling for $1 US for a package of 15. Tim bought a pack of the deluxe version, made with ...
... Very close to the river in a nice, convenient location. The staff is very welcome and friendly and all the arrangements can be done here (renting boats, getting bus tickets, booking hotels, hiking, trekking etc)
Renting a boat - $15-$20/day
Renting a bicycle - $1.5/day
Boat crossing the lake - $6-$8/20 min
Hot spring - $10
VIP bus Yangon- Nyaung Shwe - $20/per person
Minivan Nyaung Shwe – Mandalay - $14-$16/per person/hotel to hotel
... I blame the cabbage and tofu salad). It seems that I had food poisoning on top of the virus Dom and I both caught in Bagan. Oh joy.
Finally somewhat better, we took a boat tour of the lake. Starting at 7:30, we boarded a long boat and were taken around the best spots of the lake. We were able to watch the fishermen working, which was rather interesting. We visited several great markets where they were selling produce, meat and artwork. The artwork in Myanmar is ...