Four Sisters Inn
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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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... low expectations about and which we all end up suitably impressed after a demonstration of the skill and finesse required to make the paper umbrellas the country is a little famous for. Given the work required the final products are very well priced so we buy a few souvenirs, and continue our journey. Our final stop is another teak monastery, though compared to the one in Mandalay this one is definitely a working monastery. It’s not as impressively carved, ...
... around about this and apparently the "foreigner pass" for $10 or €10 is now being sought here but some locals still told us it is not required. Probably best to try and avoid it for now as I would be very suspicious of who it benefits and what it actually supports.
The guys in the hotel were great and left us check in, get showered and have breakfast before heading out on a boat tour of the lake at 8am. A very productive start to the ...
... by ground transportation.
Another station stop at 10:48. Lots of people are on the platform unloading goods. Must have been 50 people awaiting this train’s arrival. Pottery, sacks of rice, and all sorts of other items are being loaded and unloaded. There’s a swarm of people. This is a long stop. We depart at 11:00 in the reverse direction. Must be one of the switchbacks to climb higher into the mountains. Five minutes later, we move ...
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.
... I soon became a sort of living roundabout. Think I would still be there if an older woman had not come up behind me and start to push me in the small of my back. She used me as an icebreaker to force us through the dense crowd ,chatting and laughing all the way until we found some space. I turned and thanked her she walked off laughing. I found "the museum of culture" on one side of the town. Interesting building as it had once been the ...