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CreativeSkills.be is een portfolio/job platform gericht op de Belgische creatieve industrie.
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+Brik De Maeyer Thx voor de reminder! We zijn iets meer actief op twitter.com/creativeskills en facebook.com/facebook en sinds kort ook op pinterest.com/creativeskills. Maar dat wil natuurlijk niet zeggen dat we Google+ links moeten liggen!
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Good hotel but seriously overpriced. Definitely not worth $375 for one night + dinner buffet (main course only).
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
A hike up this mountain offers a great break away from all the pagodas and stupas that Bagan has to offer. You'll have to do this hike barefoot, as this mountain is consider holy. Down the stairs you can store your shoes in a little locker. The stairs are conveniently broken up in several platforms allowing for frequent breaks. Local street vendors are spread along the stairs selling drinks and snacks. The whole walk is under a roof, so you're covered against sun. At the beginning of the stairs there are quite some monkeys that play, fight, steal, etc. We didn't experience anything particular with the monkeys, they neither tried to steal anything from us, but they're definitely around and sometimes located in your walkway. They make for great photo opportunities. Up on the mount Popa you can enjoy the view which is okay, but nothing spectacular, the landscape is fairly flat with minimal vegetation. The temples at the top aren't anything special either, but it's a great place to sit down and watch locals pray and hang out. In contrast to the other temples in Bagan these temples are more ornate and decorated in a more contemporary style (using LEDs for example). Because of the monkeys the first part of the stairs aren't that clean, but further up local people keep the stairs clean. Make sure you have small notes to tip these people. Also bring wet wipes to clean your feet after you made it back down the hill. Popa Mountain Resort (a 10 minute drive from Mount Popa) is a great place to go for lunch after your hike. The resort offers a great view on Mount Popa.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Note that this listing says it's open till 9AM. That is a mistake, it's open till 9PM.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Enjoyed our stay, clean comfortable room, great service, good pool. They were really helpful with booking e-bikes, a cab, etc.
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reviewed 2 months ago
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My friend and I took a private Thai cooking lesson with this lovely lady. We called one day before to make a reservation and met the morning after at On Nut BTS station. After we decided what to cook we visited a local market (On Nut Market) to pick up ingredients and then headed to her house to start cooking. The session took 4 hours, and after we could enjoy our own cooked meals and take left-overs home. She emailed us the recipes of the meals we cooked. The lady lived in USA in the past and thus her English is great. The personal approach, great kitchen area and convenient location (close to BTS) made for a wonderful experience!
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Basic hotel, a bit dated. Good for a one night stay. Free pickup service from and to Yangon airport. Don't try to walk from Yangon airport to this hotel, the road is sandy and poorly lit a night (walk would be 15 to 20 minutes). If you don't want to wait for the free hotel pickup service, get a taxi. This hotel is about 45 minutes from Yangon's main attraction Shwedagon Pagoda by taxi.
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reviewed 2 months ago
The #1 money exchange service in Thailand. This is the headquarter address giving you the best rate in Bangkok. Don't forget to bring your passport! For Americans, you can use your ID as well, I've tried it a couple of times.
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