Inle Lake is considered one of Myanmar's top tourist sights and the increasingly popular trek from Kalaw to Inle Lake is the best way of getting to the lake's edge. This is a part guide and part personal experience of the trek and my time in Nyaung Shwe at Inle Lake.
Part two of my solo Larapinta Trail trek: Ellery Creek to Mt Sonder.
Part one of my solo Larapinta Trail trek: Alice Springs to Ellery Creek.
Preparing for the Larapinta plus my packing list
My favourite photos from my travels through South America
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