Inle Lake Boat Tour Chronicles Part 3 – Takhaung Mwetaw Paya

On our first day of the boat tour, we spent almost half of the day traveling from Nyaung Shwe to the South of Inle (Sangkar). We also got stranded along the way due to the huge number of water lilies, water hyacinths and other water plants that blocked the river, luckily we were able to […]

Meet the Nomads – Antonio and Amanda of Cycling El Mundo

Our next Meet the Nomads featured guests are cyclists. Amanda and Antonio are cycling around the world while working along the way as scuba diving instructors. They are also helping a charity while they fulfill their own dream. They are truly an inspiring couple and their blog is full of helpful posts about all the […]

Inle Lake Boat Tour Chronicles Part 2 – Stranded

After a few hours of traveling by boat from Nyaung Shwe and across Inle Lake, we dock nearby a small wooden bridge without knowing why. Our boatman instructed us to get off the boat and wait at the small local shop. At first I thought that it was part of our itinerary until I realized that […]

Meet the Nomads – Elena of Elena’s Travelgram

If you’re looking for a travel blog that has a lot of information about living and working in France then this blog for you. Elena is originally from Ukraine but currently lives and works in France and shares her insights and observations about what is like to live there. She also writes about other countries […]

Inle Lake Boat Tour Chronicles Part 1 – Arranging Our Trip

We arrived in Nyaung Shwe around 5 in the morning and searched for hostels with the help of the taxi that we rode at the junction. After almost half an hour driving around town and looking for the cheapest place that we could stay in, we decided to check in with Gypsy Inn. Gypsy Inn offered […]

Nyaung Shwe – Gateway to Inle lake

Nyaung Shwe is the jump off point for tourists who are visiting Inle Lake. It’s here where you could find hotels, hostels, restaurants and travel agencies that could arrange your trip to various points of Inle Lake. It also serve as the docking area for long tails boat that takes tourists and locals alike to […]

Meet the Nomads – Chris Backe of One Weird Globe

Chris Backe is the writer and owner of one of the most interesting travel blog in the planet called One Weird Globe. I think he’s the only one I know that writes about the odd and weird travel destinations around the globe. Chris is originally from US and moved to South Korea to teach English. […]

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