Life on Inle Lake, Myanmar (part 4)

This is the forth set of photos from Inle Lake.  The people live in mostly wooden homes resting on stilts which is what this set mostly contains.

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Click these links to see the other photos in this series, part 1, part 2, part 3part 5.

To see more about our visit to Myanmar, click here.  Upcoming posts about Bagan and more on Inle Lake will be coming in the next few weeks, so be sure to follow my blog.

8 comments

  1. Interesting-
    – the Sat TV dishes
    – the “tourists” boats seems to have a hydraulic drive.
    – spires ( what are they called? and purpose?

    What does your husband/boyfriend think of your travel addiction?

    • A lot of the buildings also had solar panels too. The spires are called stupas – they usually contain religious objects, statues or relics.

      He’s happy to go along with the addiction – sometimes he comes along for the journey and sometimes he doesn’t 🙂

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