Leaving Pyin Oo Lwin
The decision came after discussing with Zach (who rented us the bikes) who told us that accommodations on routes 41 and 43 will be tricky to find. Tricky like there are no places that are allowed to host foreigners legally.
Breakfast at Nawnghkio
An hour later we parked our bikes in a very busy restaurant to enjoy our first meal of the day. Satisfied we will be! I went for the classic mohinga soup, while the boys tried another kind of noodles. There was a bunch of steamed buns on display so we took also one each. These kinds of restaurant/cafe/tea shop usually have snacks on the table too, this time it was samosas and fried dough. The samosas were so good that we ordered another serving. All of this accompanied by a Myanmar Style coffee. We ended up paying 60cents each. What a deal!
The last stretch
Back on our bikes, we continued 60 something kilometers to reach a huge lake near the city of Intaw. The lake was calm offering us mirror-like reflexions.
We began to crave for food again so we found a little shop in a village that was selling noodles. These were the cheapest noodles I ever ate at 20 cents per bowl. These were simple noodles without
The day was passing and there was still over 70 kilometers before Inle Lake. Even if the quality of the road was good, we were cruising at about 60km/h.
As we were closing in on Nyaungshwe, the sunset was offering us a beautiful light on the diverse plantations along the road.
Once checked-in at the hotel, we rushed to Pub Asiatico for a pizza and a cold beer well deserved after this 300km ride.
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