Inle: A Few Of My Favorite Shots

Here are a few shots from my first day on Inle Lake… A truly stunning and unique place, where life revolves around the water. From floating villages and water-born gardens to acrobatic fishermen and fresh Shan cooking, it’s a feast for all of the senses.

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Main Street of a floating village… Just like any town, except people row instead of drive

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Some of the homes, with small floating gardens in front

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A resting place amid the floating gardens for farmers

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Catching dinner… Note the amazing way the locals row with their legs

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Multi-tasking with all limbs

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A celebration to send young boys off to the monastery; they are clothed like young princes, in homage to Buddha, on their last day before donning saffron robes

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Tea time in town! Plates of snacks fill the table. You pay for what you eat… I promise!

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Home-grown delicacies at the local market

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A traditional way to weigh ginger, and other items

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Love the textures and colors!

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Learning the roll cigars at a local factory and workshop

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Red silk at a weaving factory

2 responses to “Inle: A Few Of My Favorite Shots

  1. Cara, your trip is amazing, nice meeting you in Jodphur, stay safe and look forward to the next leg

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