Four Sisters Inn
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... our feet in the
direction of buddha, and that if we wanted to hang our clothes to dry,
pants and skirts must be in a lower position on the drying rack.
The second day of the trek started with roosters announcing the
sunrise quiet loudly. The trekking was long and hot. I believe
we walked about 20 km. This day we wandered through endless farmlands.
This part of the forest had been cultivated into fields ...
... Netze zu bewegen. Sieht ziemlich unstabil und kompliziert aus, ich verstehe gut warum sich das in anderen Laendern nicht durchgesetzt hat.
Nachher sind Maxi und ich noch in der Stadt herumspaziert. Sind auf ein paar Laoten getroffen, die ein Spiel gespielt haben, das eine Mischung aus Airhockey und Billard ist. Wir hatten einen extremen Trainingsrueckstand, und haben ...
... They will stand on one leg at the front of the boat, then propel the boat by wrapping the other leg around the oar leaving their hands free to cast the net.
Monasteries, farms, houses and markets all built above the shores of the lake and it made a really nice place to spend a little time.
Then back to reality with 16 hour bus south to Yangon.
... and the tickets cost only $24 each. The only catch is that the actual time from departure from Inle Lake to arrival in Yangon is 30 hours.
Oh well, it would just be another adventure. Heide was pleased as she was going at least half way to Yangon by train and appreciated some company. And a Finnish woman, Marianne who had the hotel room next to ours was also taking the train to Bago only a couple of hours away from Yangon. So we all arranged to meet ...
... was half a dozen tables all covered with umbrellas. More importantly, a few westerners were sitting at these tables - fellow hikers from Kalaw - and they were drinking COLD BEER. It was almost like a mirage, an oasis in the desert. I dumped the back pack and stumbled back up the hill to make sure Monica had seen where I turned off and then came back and ordered a beer. Monica and I spent a good hour with an Aussie couple, recharging ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFour Sisters Inn Nyaungshwe
Very small rooms, not enough light and only a smell window and fan so very hot and stuffy. On the up side, very friendly and helpfull people. Lovely pancakes for breakfast.
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