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The walk to Pindaya was about 6 kms and not easy for my companions who were in their early 70's.
However, we all made it to the village and and called on the resident monk in the monastery who gave us green tea, fruit and biscuits.
On the way there we were lucky enough to see a festival in one of the towns and all the people were dressed up in traditional clothes and an elephant leading the procession that was carrying some young children.
On that day we had the chance to see the village monastery (Niga Pie Chaung) which became well known for its cats, the Pagoda (Paungdaw Oo) and a trip to a silver making workshop and silk and lotus flower silk workshop.
Nearing the end of our wonderful tour, we had a leisure day and chose to go to the Indein Village market by boat.
Its difficult to put into words how I feel about the Myanmar tour that I recently undertook.
This is a country that is still in the process of developing in all areas but it comes over clearly that the people clearly want the country to progress in terms of its infrastructure and of course its tourism.
He told us how the lake evolved (the cutting down of trees in the jungle was a main factor) and how life is lived by the local population in houses, restaurants, hotels, workshops on stilts on the lake.