Royal Kaytumadi Hotel
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... over the river , there was nothing but a checkpoint in the dark with no apparent city or township around. The bus driver assistant was quite keen to kick us off as fast as possible so they could carry on to wherever the bus was heading on to.
We hopped off and tried to get our bearings.
We were approached by some motorcycle taxis that wanted 3000 kyat to take us to our guesthouse. We were determined not to take this so we were trying hard to negotiate but it was ...
... out – fast asleep on the concrete floors, young little monks were sitting around talking to each other and the rest of the platform it appeared, were talking to us!!
One man approached us, thrust out his hand and welcomed us to Myanmar!! He also insisted that his little eight-year-old daughter say hello (repeatedly) when all the poor wee thing wanted to do was sleep!!
Another local, a young military officer ...
Ok, I know I've been going off about how nice all the people are. Now I know where they are all born. In Toungoo! Seriously, everyone has gone out of their way to be kind. Maybe because I was the only foreigner in this town or maybe their born with it. Either way, it made my stay even more enjoyable despite not being able to visit the elephant camps. I rented a bike and rode around the lake, where I stopped for a cool ...
... not here in the wet season, so it is really dry and barren looking.
The people, as usual, are really friendly and helpful. We are the only people at the bungalows and the breakfast prepared for us would have fed a busload of people. We tried to be as polite as possible, but we just couldn't eat anywhere near what was prepared. Coffee was divine!!! We had grapes, pawpaw, passionfruit, lychees, ...
First stop on our journey into the heart of Myanmar is the town of Toungoo located just off the main north-south highway - the Road to Mandalay. Getting there is half the fun. We first order a taxi to take us from the Motherland Inn in Yangon to the distant northern bus station, a journey of about an hour. It's 8am when we leave the guesthouse and the drive takes us, in morning rush hour, through the chaotic outer suburbs of the sprawling city. This ride alone is ...