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 …
... way to the village. From there we started the climb to the top. It was still early, and not very crowded - and we were definitely the only non-locals around. There were lots of monkeys, however! We made it up in about 30 minutes, just in time for the sunrise over the mountains. The shrine itself was very interesting - hard to describe. And with no guide, we didn't ...
... driving adventure. There’s been some double width carriage way and a bit of dual carriageway here and there but mostly all we’ve been on is single lane tarmac and dirt. There are better roads we could have taken but where’s the fun in that?
We woke up to a cooler morning than usual on the shore of Inle Lake but after a good breakfast and with the sun making its presence felt we picked up a ...
Inle Lake is a must when visiting Myanmar. We had here the most beautiful and relaxing time. The rhythm of this place made us breathe slower and look more carefully, with greater awareness and it found a permanent place in our memory.
We arrived to Nyaung Shwe early in the morning and after 10 almost sleepless hours in the overnight bus from Yangon we went to 'Little Inn', a hotel that we booked a day earlier. In Myanmar booking your accommodation earlier is ...
We were up early and grabbed some breakfast before Mr. Han the man picked us up with our long boat. We headed off into the lake into the early morning mist. We passed fisherman and stopped at various huts to see local artisans making their crafts the way they have for generations. We saw wooden parasol makers, black smiths, silk spinners, some local long neck girls that come into the lake to sell their goods and weave some fabric. Kina ...