Popa Mountain Resort
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... under a tree some way from a large temple just outside the Old Bagan city walls. We agree to meet an hour later, and he points the way to the restaurants for foreigners. We check them out, and soon walk back to where he is tucking in. Clearly, this is not usual behaviour by foreigners, but he handles it well, and helps us to order some food. We sit down, and enjoy the attention of all the locals, who sit and stare as we tuck in, but respond with great grins as we wave ...
Locals Za our guide was explaining that the government moved everyone fron Old Bagan to new Bagan in just 3 weeks in 1990 to enable them to have room for businesses. So unfortunately we are supporting the government as our hotel is owned by one of the generals !! I set off to the Lacquer Workshop this morning ( Chris has a bad tummy :( hopefully not like Carrie ) a young lady explained in excellent Englishthe long process takes 15 layers of ...
... peaking out intermittently. It was so serene up there I could have stayed forever but the heat by now was relentless as it was noon and Bagan is hot hot hot. Apparently the temperatures are around 30-34 at this time of year rising to 43 in March to May. Christ I have no idea how anyone copes with that....I love the sun and for the last two days I have been forced into the shade unable to cope. Literally it seems that within minutes I am burning despite the factor 25 we have ...
... on a train and we did have breakfast I still could not help the feeling that the staff were simply adding a percentage to the bill and skimming this off the top to share amongst themselves. This was confirmed when the french lady opposite asked for a breakdown. Based on the figures our food would have totalled 17000 so they clearly are making the numbers up and hoping for the best. We settled on 20000 quite easily! The home stretch So now we have been on the train for ...
... village, we head back to Buledi temple to watch the sun set once more behind the hills before we leave. Riding the E-bike, I can't help but smile, enjoying the feeling as wind whips my hair behind my head like a tail. I can't help but have Lana Del Rey's song 'Ride', play in my head, feeling like I'm in a music video. Don't judge me, I'm sure you've imagined yourself in a music video before too. I'm totally loving this E-bike business ...