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Manialtepec Lagoon and Beach Break Day Trip from Puerto Escondido
"After hotel pickup in Puerto Escondido your tour begins with a visit to the hotel zone of Bacocho. Continue on with the excursion to the Lagoon of Manialtepec. After arriving in the community of “Las Negras” you’ll hop aboard a small boat to visit the lagoon and get to know this amazing natural refugee which is home to migrant birds going across the thick vegetation. As you admire eat learn from your guide about the natural ecosystem that this natural attraction brings with a huge quantity of fauna including herons iguanas
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Atotonilco Horse Riding and Hot Springs Tour
"This tour takes you by land to the town of San José Manialtepec on route you’ll get to see the Lagoon of Manialtepec. On your arrival in San José you’ll get the experience of riding a horse and moving on land through a trail of beautiful vegetation having the chance of being in direct touch with nature. Likewise you’ll get in thick vegetation enjoying the coexisting with the variety of birds of the region and you’ll get to relax while you hear the birds singing; you’ll watch a variety of trees and plants on an hour and a half trip. Next you’ll head to “Atotonilco” place of an extraordinary natural attractive for it’s home of a natural hot spring where you’ll enjoy a therapeutic bath that will comfort you before you continue your way back to the town of San José
From $67.00
 
Learn About Arts and Crafts of Yangon
"At 2 p.m your guide will meet you at the eastern entrance of Shwedagon Pagoda by the guardian lions and he/ she will take you from there on a leisurely stroll through the main street where you have the chance to see some sculptors working on various kind monks and nuns. After a while you will find yourself in a posh residential area where there are some famous galleries. We will pay a visit to one of them. Continuing from there we will go to a local tea shop and sample some local tea. Afterwards we will ""On this slow-paced tour you will be able to observe craftsmen sculpting or painting; learn of the monastic requisites and accessories known locally as “Nibbana goods”; visit some of Yangon’s famous galleries; pass by a colorful fruit market and culminate title=Highlights&1=Yangon+walking+tour&2=See+local+craftsmen+as+they+paint+or+sculpt&3=Pass+by+the+%E2%80%98Nibbana+Market%2C%E2%80%99+and+learn+a+bit+about+local+monks&4=Visit+galleries+in+an+upscale+neighborhood&5=Sample+tea%2C+and+check+out+seasonal+fr"""Yangon
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Maha Aungmye Bonzan

The Maha Aungmye Bonzan is quite different from other Monasteries in the area. As this one is built of brick with a stucco facing. And it is done in Yellow! It almost looks weird compared to the...
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Inner passageways

If your wander inside the walls of Maha Aungmye Bonzan you will find an inner passageway . There are some windows that allow light to pass so you won't need a flashlight. But if you have a bad back...
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Cool kids...at Nanmyin Tower

Outside the Nanmyin Tower there were some kids that had a "store" set up. That really consisted of a couple tables of souvenirs. They tried being a little pushy but I started asking them questions...
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Old Gate

Along the way to Bagaya you will pass by this massive gate. It actually looked a little out of place to me. But I thought I'd mention it as it was done in the same style that I saw at other places...
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Going down to the river

You can see that the mud has been cut away to make a road down to the river. It is possible to take a vehicle on the ferry boat. Although I didn't see any but there were car tire tracks. I'm sure this...
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Monastery school

When we got there we could listen to some of the teachings that the elder Monk was giving to his students. My "guide" was talking too loud in my opinion and was disrupting the class. I was a little...
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Take your shoes off

As is the custome at all of the Payas in Myanmar. You must remove your shoes before entering the monastery. And most of the time this includes entering the main gate. These teak boards can really heat...
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Rice fields

On the way to Bagaya you will also pass many rice fields. When we were there the fields in this area were quite green. It was very beautiful. If you ride in an ox cart ride next to the driver and you...
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Maha Aungmye Bonzan Entrance

This Yellow Monastery is built of Brick and stucco. It is quite nice here. It sure looks different than the other Monasteries in the area.
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Shadow of Nanmyin

I thought the shadow was cool so I had to take a picture. I'm always looking for goofy stuff to take photos of! I like the way the shape came out perfectly in the shadow.
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The top of the Monastery

This is the main spire on the Bagaya Kyauang Monastery. It is make of teak and quite beautiful! It looked very similar to the ones that I have seen in Kathmandu.
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Small Golden Payas at Maha Aungmye Bonzan

The grounds of the Ok Kyaung were quite nice. There were these beautiful smaller Golden Payas. I just loved the way the were shining in the afternoon sun.
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View through the window

Half way up the Nanmyin there is a couple windows that give you some cool views of the country side but of course the best view is from the top.
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View from Bagaya Kyaung

Bagaya Kyaung is located in a grove of trees that is are surrounded by Pagodas and rice fields. It is a beautiful setting!
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"Ancient City of Inwa"
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"Inwa - Mouth of the Lake"
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"INWA , THE OLD CAPITAL"
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"Inwa"
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"( Innwa )The capital become four time but....,"
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