Paramount Inle Resort
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... at the cat monastery where they no longer make them jump but do still have lots of cats hanging around! Even though they're just iPhone pictures, I think the photos tell a better story than I'm able to so I suggest you have a look at them. We're still deciding what to do tomorrow as I think Francesco is a bit sick of boats but I'm pretty keen to find someone to take us out even just to float around some other villages or even some more real fishing stuff... So we'll ...
... went to a local market. Because of the birding we were a bit late for the market, but it was good to be able to ask what some things are, and discover some snacks made from bean paste. In the same place is a temple complex with 1054 stupas, built over the last 1000yrs. Some are extremely run down, or semi collapsed, with trees growing out of them, others have been renovated and replastered and painted and look much smarter. The glistening gold looked particularly ...
... the pagoda was well worth a climb, so we all cycled their together. We had to remove our shoes again, bad day to wear trainers and socks, and we began the climb to the top. It was a very long way up and Casper was scared of heights. However, there was a man at the top who stole his thunder, as he was petrified. The view was insane, and we sat for a while to take it in. We then decided to ride to the river for a drink. Upon arriving to the river, the storm clouds rolled ...
... and we were relieved to reach our lunch stop for a rice salad meal. Here we said goodbye to July, and I was sad to have to leave her. She was a great guide, but also such a nice person - as a 24 year old woman she was living such a different life to mine, having only left her area once in her life (to go to Yangon). She taught us so much, and was the best part of the whole experience: we felt really lucky to have been able to spend time with her. I wholeheartedly wished her all the ...
... die bowls on the verandahs. The small shop had a vast array of silk garments but anything with lotus fibre in was quite expensive (you should see the process to get the fibres).
Next we visited the boat builder whose workshop could only be described as chaotic but the beetle nut stained staff seemed to know what they were doing, with all the plans stored in their heads. We discovered we were only there so our guide could negotiate some work on a table at home. ...