Eastern Paradise Hotel
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Nous voici arrivés à Kalaw en pleine nuit avec 3 comparses français, Pierre, Paul et Thibault, rencontrés sur le sommet de la pagode à Bagan pour le coucher du soleil. Nous décidons de rester une journée sur Kalaw et d'arpenter tranquillement cette petite ville de montagne (1300 m d'altitude). On trouve …
... called Cindy, was excellent. An 18 year old nepali girl who grew up in Kalaw, she wants to become a lawyer one day. She was funny, witty, with a great sense of humour and lots of knowledge about the plants we were encountering. She was by far the best guide we've had on our travels. The trek itself was in my opinion too easy and not really a workout but the scenery was superb (it reminded me of the red lands in China). We passed many women who worked in ...
... and as such the scenery looks quite familiar to us. We have one more stop at a mountain village before we finally arrive in Kalaw, some nine hours after we left Mandalay.
Shan state is huge, occupying most of the eastern portion of Myanmar and bordering Thailand, Laos and China. It is dominated by its mysterious mountains, and occupied by rebel groups, warlords and drug dealers. As such, it is still largely unexplored ...
... flown from Yangon. We pass a large Buddhist temple complex on the hills on the east side of Heho.
Our train creeps along for another 70 minutes, then finally we roll into Shwenyaung Station at 5:42. Travel time since our first train departed Yangon Central Station yesterday afternoon: 26 hours 43 minutes. Travel time of this train: 11 hours 15 minutes.
The two European women who boarded at Kalaw also step off the train at Shwenyaung. We ...
We were also unable to leave the resort in the evenings as we were in the middle of the lake and longboats stopped running after sunset (we learned later on that due to the darkness, there had previously been a few longboat collisions, once even resulting in the death of a guide). Luckily there was a decent restaurant at the resort but after the day we had we were soon in bed catching our Zzz.