Paramount Inle Resort
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Firstly, I have tried desperately hard to keep the blogs short and only post the best photos. This goes out the window for Inle Lake. Even with my little old camera that has seen better days, in my option there are too many great photos not to share. So allow me to over indulge. So many cute kids, I don't think I took a photo of one animal! (I shall redeem myself in Chiang Mai). So let's begin.... This story starts the morning after the night before, the day that was nothing short ...
... follow us the entire hike providing all our meals. It was much needed by the time we got there and was very tasty. Afterwards I had a go with some of the other guides at playing a game that is kind of a cross between football and volleyball on played with a traditional wicker ball. It wasn't that great as you need to be extremely flexible and I'm about as nimble as an elephant! lol.
After lunch we continued to hike to the village we would ...
... leg wrapped around the paddle leaving their two hands free with which to fish. They use nets but also use a fish cage which they drop over the fish once they have been attracted with bait. It was great to watch and so peaceful. One fisherman brought one of the fish that he'd caught over for us to see but my photo of it was too blurred to see properly. Our first proper stop this morning was the market in Inthein. The access to the village is via a foliage-cloaked ...
... day as they cook inside a wooden house with an open fire and have very little ventilation, so the whole house fills with smoke. You could also see the Milky Way from outside which was pretty cool as well as the sky being full of a lot more stars than at home.
We again got an early night with the plan to wake up at 6am. I awoke with a bit of a shock, smelling smoke, as we were in a confined space with the cooking of breakfast next door, I made the executive decision to open ...
... looked very poor, dirty old clothes. They were selling flowers, fruit and gold guilld to put on the Buddah statue. As it turned out we arrived at a very special time. There was a small replica of Kyait hti yo, the 4 golden rocks, these statues were part of a ceremony lasting 5 days at 5 different Pergodas. A very significant event. I had also heard of a very special tattoo master monk from the area. My bones started to tingle. I participated in the pray to Buddah and part of the ...