Win Unity Resort Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Monywa
Sun 9th: E: Across the Ayerwawaddy and west we drive, over the uncreased plain, and not far from Monywa, we pull in at the garish, hyperchromatic Thanbodday Paya. Built mainly during the 1940s, the huge central stupa houses an estimated half a million Buddhas, ranging in size from …
It has been lovely having a three night stay in one place, particularly in such a lovely hotel so it was with a heavy heart that we set off for our one night stay in Monywa. It was fairly long drive today and we stopped on the way to see a couple of sights: Thanboddhay Paya and Hpo Win Daung. First stop was the "carnivalesque" Thanboddhay Paya, a large mid-20th century pagoda whose roof is ...
Thatched roofs; train tracks through the jungle, rainforest landscapes just like the Indian province of Manipur; low power cables (we hit one and tore the support clean off); bridge after bridge; one bridge for trains and vehicles on the same track; people look far more oriental than Indian; hugely unpopulated spaces between the villages; a temple (Buddhist) in the middle of the rainforest; so hot, so humid; ...
Our first bus trip of the World Tour cost us a total of £4 for the privilege of bouncing up and down for 4 hours on the dusty and bumpy roads from Bagan to Monywa. Just when we thought the bus was full, some other villager jumped on and the cabin became increasingly cosy....and hot!
Luckily we stopped after 2 hours at the "village in the middle of nowhere services" to ...
... hunt for something delicious. As usual, not many things are written in English (read nothing at all) and no one speaks our language either, so we just point at things on other people’s table (can you imagine doing this in the west?) and hope for the best. Honestly, everything we ate in Myanmar has been absolutely delicious, albeit a bit salty. In a way it makes us drink a colossal amount of water, which (one ...