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The ancient city of Bagan has the world's largest and densest concentration of Buddhist temples, pagodas, stupas and ruins. Most visitors to Bagan stay in the nearby town of N…yaung-U, a small town with all the facilities tourists will need. See the suggestions below for some of the better affordable choices for meals while in the Bagan area.This family run Burmese restaurant is a great choice for inexpensive and delicious meals. The menu includes excellent vegetarian dishes like curries, pumpkin soup, tea leaf salad, penny wort salad, and stir-fry. There are also tasty lassies and fresh juices available. All meals are home cooked using the freshest of ingredients. Be sure to try Yar Pyi for vegetarian food so good you won't even miss the meat. The restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.For a local experience with excellent Burmese food, be sure to stop into Pwint Mar Lar Restaurant, located off the main road in New Bagan. The restaurant has no set menu. Instead, diners will be served between 10 and 15 Burmese dishes which will continue to be served until you indicate that you're finished. The set meal is priced at just $3 dollars per person. Dishes might include duck curry, lentils, beef curry, and tea leaf salad. The Pwint Mar Lar Restaurant is open daily from breakfast until dinner.This small friendly family run restaurant serves great Burmese food with attention to cleanliness. The menu includes dishes like pineapple and cashew rice, meat and vegetarian curries, red carrot salad, avocado salad, noodles, and fish. The restaurant, located on the road between Old and New Bagan, serves fresh and tasty food in a rustic setting.Weather Spoons is owned and run by Winton, a local that was trained as a chef in the UK. The little restaurant serves good Western, Thai and Burmese dishes at decent prices. Menu choices include burgers, sandwiches, avocado salad, Thai green curry, ginger salad, fresh juices and delicious desserts. If you are looking for a change from Burmese fare, give the popular Weather Spoons a try. They are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.The Moon Vegetarian Restaurant is one of the most popular in the area. Top menu items include curries, green papaya salad, guacamole with poppadums, and coconut rice. There are also excellent juices, lassies, and teas available to add to your meal. The Moon is located north of the Ananda Temple just off the Old Bagan Road and is open from breakfast until late night.With no shortage of restaurants choices in and around Bagan it can be overwhelming when it comes to deciding on which place to try. The suggestions above should help you narrow down a place to dine during your next trip to Bagan. (MORE)
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Bagan is the largest and densest concentration of Buddhist temples, pagodas, stupas and ruins in the world. The area is located on the banks of the Ayeyarwady (Irrawaddy) Rive…r in central Myanmar. Most visitors to Bagan stay in the nearby town of Nyaung-U, where budget accommodations are more readily available than Old and New Bagan. Prices are rapidly increasing all over the country as tourism grows. Below are a few suggestions for cheap, but comfortable, accommodation options.Located close to the core of Nyaung-U, the Yar Kinn Tha Hotel offers clean, comfortable and reasonably priced rooms. There are standard rooms with or without veranda and deluxe bungalows that all come with mini bar and AC. Hotel facilities include a garden, free parking, 24 hour reception, 24 hour room service, and airport transfer. The free breakfast is plentiful and served on the lovely rooftop terrace. Contact the hotel for rates.Built on 4 acres in the heart of Nyaung-U, the Thante Hotel is a good accommodation option. This family-run hotel rents three and four room bungalows in single, double and triple options. Prices for single bungalows are $45 in the low season and $50 per night in the high season. All rooms are equipped with AC, mini-bar, satellite TV, parquet floors, spacious en-suite bathrooms with hot and cold shower, and verandah. The hotel also has free Wi-Fi, a pool and offers a complimentary drop off service for guests booking a three night minimum.Located on a quiet rural street and close to restaurants and cafes, the New Park Hotel is a great budget accommodation option. Room types include standard with verandah, superior bungalows and rooms in the newest wing. All rooms have attached bathroom with hot and cold shower, 24 hours electricity, satellite TV, fridge, and telephone. Breakfast is included in the room rates which range from around $12 to $25 per night.This little family-run guesthouse is located on the road to Old Bagan, close to temples and roadside restaurants. Budget rooms have shared bathrooms and are good value at around $8 per night. Simple double rooms with private bathroom and AC cost about $25 per night. As with most hotels and guesthouses in Myanmar, breakfast is included. The hotel is clean and in a great location making it a good choice when visiting Bagan. Staff can help arrange bike rentals and tours.If you're looking for affordable accommodations in Bagan, this list of budget friendly hotels should help you narrow down your choices. (MORE)
Termites are quite colorful insects. While they can indeed be destructive to homes, buildings, and trees, they are also extremely important to the environment. There are over …40 species in the U.S. alone. Each has unique attributes and unique coloring.It is very important to know all that you can about an insect that can damage your home, and even reduce it to rubble. If you can identify the different castes of termite, you can call an exterminator in a more timely manner. Termites are also beneficial to the environment. They eat deadfall and rotting trees and plants in the woods. The tunnels they dig to live in help to aerate the soil and make it good for planting. So, there truly are pros and cons to look at with these insects.A winged alate is a reproductive termite. It is one of three castes. Depending on the variety, alates can vary in color from a very pale yellow to light brown, or a very dark brown to black. The wing colors tend to vary more by species from nearly colorless, gray, and brown. Alates are the form most often seen.Nymphs are the youngest of the termite colony, and as they grow will separate into one of the three castes. Nymphs and workers are the two that do all the damage to structures, such as homes, outbuildings, and trees. Nymphs and workers tend to be pale in color and have soft bodies. As they find their place within the caste system, their color changes.Soldiers have the job of protecting the colony from enemies. They have soft bodies, but their heads are large and very hard. They have large jaws to defend the colony. Their bodies are often pale, but their heads can vary from yellow to red or black. In many species, they have quite unique designs upon their backs and heads.There are over 40 species of termite in the U.S. The nose termite workers are white and almost translucent. The alates are dark brown with very dark wings, and the soldiers are dark brown with large black heads. The lowland tree termite alates are light to dark brown, and the soldier has a light to dark brown body with a dark line running down the back and a dark red head with a black snout. The Formosan termite is yellowish brown and the soldier's head is orangey-red. Powder Post termites are yellowish brown and the soldiers have an orangey-brown head.All insects are interesting in some respect, even the ones that are destructive, like the termite. The alates and soldier termites especially can be quite colorful. Understanding the colors helps to identify exactly what you have found when you call the exterminator.Most exterminators warn that there are two types of houses when it comes to termites: one that is infested and one that will be infested. It is important to have your home checked regularly. If not, make sure to keep a close eye out for signs of termites or damage. (MORE)
Termites are a group of social insects that are often in their winged variety, mistaken for ants due to both species being alates. In many countries, termites are known as "wh…ite ants," thanks to their many similar behavioral traits, and the fact that they bear a passing similarity. In actual fact, despite these commonalities they are only distantly related to ants, and with a smattering of knowledge the two can easily be told apart. This article explains some of the main features and traits of termites, as well as giving a brief account of how they differ from their equally sociable cousins.Ants and termites are only somewhat similar in appearance if you know what to look for. While they are somewhat similar in size, a termite is tube shaped with a similar thickness the full length of their bodies, but ants have a distinct pinched waist in the middle of their body known as a pedicel. Their antennae are an another easily spotted difference, with the former having long beaded antennae that resemble small strings of pearls, and ants having elbowed antennae, or rather antenna with obvious crooks in the middle.Like many other insects, including ants and bees, termites are referred to as social insects because they live with great numbers of their kin, and almost like some human colonies, divide the work among themselves. They also produce overlapping generations, and collectively rear their offspring. Termites are famous for eating wood, but this is not the only staple of their diet, and they primarily feed on dead plant materials, as well as soil or animal dung. This is an easily recognizable difference to their ant cousins, that cannot digest organic plant waste, and as a result are famous scavengers that are known to steal crumbs from picnics, and raid the garbage cans in people's homes.Termites do not breed individually, rather they have a queen in their colony that can lay a tremendous amount of eggs, sometimes as many as 30,000 in a single day. The huge abdomen of the queen increases her body length by several times and reduces her ability to move, so attendant workers provide her with food and assistance. Another amazing fact about the queen of a colony is her lifespan. A queen can live for up to 45 years, and it is a fact that she keeps the same male mate for life. This is another major difference from an ant colony, where a queen mates once with sometimes several males, and then stores the eggs for life, with the male ants dying soon afterward.Both ant and termite species display similar tendencies with regards to doling out the work. Workers are the jack of all trades of a colony, and they do all of the foraging and storing of food. They also maintain the nest, and sometimes help the soldiers out on defense duty if required. The workers either collect all of the organic matter necessary to sustain the colony, or they go out and forage for food, and then in turn feed the other members of the colony. This ingenious process of feeding frees the parents up from the task of feeding all but their first generation, and allows the collective to grow much faster and larger.As both insects can have flying varieties, winged alates tend to look very similar to each other, but only at a glance. If you cannot tell them apart from the other traits listed above, simply take a good look at their wings. While both possess four wings, the wings of a termite are the same size and are almost symmetrical in appearance. Ant's wings are much different and are in no way a match, with the front pair of wings being visibly longer and wider than the rear pair.With only a basic knowledge of the ant and termite species, it can be easy to tell these fascinating creatures apart. Despite being widely looked upon as terrible pests for their ability to damage buildings or scavenge among the trash, many species are critical to ecosystem functioning around the world. Termites for example can recycle otherwise inaccessible nutrients into the ecosystem by decomposing wood and ants can be used as natural seed dispersers by a variety of organisms. The almost human like social organization and vast colonies of alates have ensured they are of great interest to naturalists and amateurs alike.Remember if you are being plagued by either and wish to have them removed, an exterminator needs to tailor his strategy depending on the insect involved. Using the simplest three points (antennae, wings, and body shape) you can quickly identify which type of alate you have near your home and let the professional know beforehand exactly what he is dealing with. Also, be aware that neither can devour wood or food in a comically swift manner and utterly destroy your home, so there is always time to get more than one estimate, and this can save you a great deal of money. (MORE)
In the first warm days of springtime, the sight of swarming insects near your home can be a sign of potentially damaging infestation. The swarming insects, in the young adult …or alate stage, may be one of two species: ants or termites. How can you tell which is which?The brief winged period of an ant or termite life cycle occurs as a means of extending the colony's populations. The spring swarming, sometimes also referred to as the nuptial flight, takes young adults out of their birth colony to find mates. If successful, a male and female termite find each other and then find their own damp patch of wood for breeding. Female ants seeks out a place to lay eggs, but the male dies after mating. Wings help in this process because they take the alates far enough from their original colony to find ample, unrelated partners.While termites and ants share a general outline, differences are more salient up close. While the antennae of ants bend at a right angle, for example, those of termites extend in relatively straight lines. Ants have two sets of wings, one wider than the other, while a termite's wings all measure the same distance across. The termite does not seem to have a waist compared to the distinctly nipped and narrow-waisted ant.Visually, carpenter ant and termite infestations share only a couple of factors in common. The most notable commonality is swarming. Both ants and termites also shed wings that accumulate near tunnel openings. Apart from these similarities, each insect type leaves behind distinctly different clues. As ants chew through wood, they clean up after themselves and create tidy passages. Termites, on the other hand, eat as they go, leaving refuse behind. Their pathways look sloppy. Worker termites, small and white, appear nothing like black carpenter ants. You are not likely to see any termites after the swarm, however, for they remain within the damaged wood. If ants are your problem, however, you will see them inside your house. Noticing more than a few ants wandering around, especially when the ground outside is frozen, indicates that ants are at work in your walls.Termites pose a serious threat to the structure of a house. If you discover them, call a professional. An experienced termite company addresses the infestation until the pests are gone. Methods to eradicate them include using bait to poison the colony or chemical barriers to keep them from entering the structure.Ants, though potentially harmful, cause far less damage than termites. You can address an ant infestation yourself with store-bought bait. When dealing with a persistent ant presence, injections of boric acid work to kill the colony.While destructive, ants lack the devastating power of termites. Determining early on that you are dealing with a termite problem allows you to limit the damage the pests inflict. Awareness can help preserve the integrity of your structure and save you money in countering a smaller infestation.Termites cause $5 billion in damage in the U.S. each year. The estimated cost you can expect to incur if your home is compromised by termites is $3,000. (MORE)
Winged ants and termites are frequently confused. This confusion can lead to improper eradication efforts. Entomologists, insect scientists, refer to both winged ants and term…ites as alates. An alate is the adult of each insect's life cycle. Although these insects are referred to by the same name, they are different.Winged ants (aka flying ants) have bent antennae, unequal wing lengths, and a thin abdomen. Flying ants have three distinct body parts: head, abdomen, and thorax. These ants possess two sets of wings, one of which is larger than the other. The ant's thin abdomen is referred to as "pinched." Some flying ants swarm but do so at different times of the year.In ant colonies, there are three castes: queens, males, and workers. Queens are responsible for reproduction. Workers forage for food. Female winged ants are larger than males. Reproductive males die soon after mating, while queens continue to live, although they shed their wings.Termites have straight antennae, equal wing lengths, and a broad waist. Termites have three body parts: a head, thorax, and abdomen. The thorax and abdomen are not exactly distinctive because of the termites' broad waste. Termites swarm in the spring after the reproduction season. Termites' wings are shed soon after they emerge from their nest.There are three types of termites: subterranean, damp wood, and dry wood. Typically, termites need soil to live. Like the winged ants, termites are social insects. There are three castes: reproductive, worker, and soldier. The reproductive caste is made up of one queen and king, which are responsible for the survival of the species. Worker termites are responsible for the maintenance of the colony. Soldier termites defend the colony using their strong jaws.To distinguish between termites and flying ants, pay attention to the characteristics. If the wing sizes are different, the insects are flying ants. Counting the body parts and looking at the antennas can usually help you distinguish. If you are having a hard time seeing, a magnifying glass can be a huge help. If you still cannot tell, capture the insect and take it to a professional for identification.Learning to distinguish between winged ants and termites can save you money. Termites are difficult to find because of their elusive nature. Winged ants usually live in the open or near windows. The eradication methods are different for each. For ants, a pesticide powder will suffice. For termites, professional help is needed for complete removal.Not all termite damage is visible. Chemical treatments and physical barriers do not guarantee that termites will not return. A pest inspection can ensure whether your area is prone to termites. (MORE)
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He has at least one sister that I know of (Meredith Bagans, and she is married to Michael Mixer with 2 children, Morgan and Maddox). She is three years older than him. However…, his mother's obituary mentions three other daughters - Janine Ptak, Karen Blair and Mylisa Blair - they may be half-sisters or step-sisters; I'm not entirely sure. (MORE)
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