Popa Mountain Resort
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... tender on a foray with along bamboo marker stick, testing the depth to ensure a route with sufficient water to continue our journey. Even then, we have a new Pilot onboard for every 50 km length of the river, but they too need to send the tender forward.
We have visited some fascinating villages, many with their own cottage industry, from glazed pots to silver smithing. Labour is cheap, the peoples are poor, they despise the military regime, yet ...
We have arrived in Bagan. This is made up of 3 small towns called New Bagan, Old Bagan and Nuang U. We stayed in Nuang U as we had read that this is a cheaper area as well as being close to the main sights. Bagan itself is a very unique place full of 10s of thousands of temples. Ginormous to miniscule. Next door to our accommodation we hired a large E-bike and set off for a day of cultural exploration. For some reason tourists are not allowed ...
... without air con in a puddle of our own sweat!
... goods, then stepped into the huge shop full of every type and size of lacquerware product, and had a small mental meltdown. Faced with many rooms full from floor to ceiling and escorted by two slightly over eager sales assistants (the daughters), she no longer knew her her own mind or even if she had one left. The assistants were showing signs of impatience, thinking that the Chinese aren't like this and will just buy anything without much hassle. Eventually, just to get out ...
... were lucky that there weren't that many people where we were, so it was a peaceful experience. We were very tired though, so headed back to the hostel where we rested until we could check into our rooms. As I was coming down with something, I stayed in bed for the afternoon, but got up to see the sunset at another temple. On this occasion we were unlucky as it was somewhat hazy and hard to see anything. The ...