For dinner we walk to another inn next door, Alamanda Inn. We have chicken tagine with French red wine, Chateau Troupian, 2008. Actually we tried to book accommodation at Alamanda first, but all their rooms were fully booked. No regrets, our stay at Classique was very comfortable, and the service superb.
So we just have this photo from outside of the huge 5-story building. The museum is interesting, the collections expansive, but unfortunately the way they are displayed is not very appealing. It takes a lot of walking from one exhibit to another. Also some of the spaces are poorly lit, perhaps in order to hide the detrimental state of the exhibit stands and screens.
Live music and youngish clientele make a nice contemporary atmosphere. It's also late but more people are still coming in. Lonely Planet told us that there is practically no night life in Yangon, but bars and restaurants close early. We learn that it is not quite true.
Next morning, Sunday, we hire a guide to accompany us to the other side of the river to the town of Twante. The plan is to visit a morning market, a couple of pagodas and a monastery, and a pottery workshop, and then have lunch before returning to Yangon.
For the next two days Tei is really sick; diarrhea combined with high fever. For the first thing on Monday morning we visit SOS International clinic at Inya Lake Hotel. We get back to the Inn with antibiotics and some 100+ for hydration. Despite antibiotics, Tei is still too weak to fly, so we postpone the flight to Tuesday, and just sleep one day at the Inn.