Service all night was from a 12 year old boy called Mondeiha who was brilliant, he didn’t do a thing wrong and was laughing and joking with all the customers including us... amazing skills for his age and he got a good tip from us.
Time flew past and by the time we were ready to go see the Lion Dancing, we had missed it... Oh well back to the Happiness bar it was then for yet more cheap drinks and the journey home was a bit hazy!
I had found a nearby roof-top bar which was meant to be good for sunset, so we headed there. It was only 12 floors high, so whilst not the tallest around, it did have a good view over the river and of the Shewdagon Pagoda too. It also did delicious cocktails and free nibbles so we sat and waited for the sun to set.
And what an amazing one we got, as I posted on Facebook at the time, we had travelled 11 weeks and 3 countries, took hundreds of pics, but this was the best one yet... words and pictures can’t describe how beautiful it was as the sun dipped down below the horizon and the sky was lit up with so many amazing clouds and colours.
We then found a small amusement park called Happy World, but sadly it was mainly for kids. They wanted 1000 kyat each to enter, but waived the charge when we said we just wanted a walk round. The only thing worth going on was a Ghost Train ride which was quite amusing as things jumped out and touched against you on the way round. I went to the use the toilet before the journey back to the hotel, however the images painted on the gents toilet wall were slightly disturbing!
Then it was time to head back to the hotel for an early night, as we had another dawn rise for our next train in the morning to our next destination, Golden Rock.
Link to Yangon Photos