Route No. 37 acontd.
From Fatanag to Mandalayacontd.
Names of Stages. Inter-nediate. Total. Rivers. Remarks.
Tagoung-deh... 1* 1274 Tagoung-deh village is about H miles north-east of Palin on the right hand side of the road, and contains 40 small huts.
Outk-lmjin ... H 129 ... North of Tagoung-deh. It is also called Papyoo.
Atet-bnyin ... 14 1304 ... North of above village. Thit-touk is miles east of Atet-hnyin.
Thit-tonk it 132 ...
Thit-touk-ywa- l 133 ... Above Thit-touk village.
ma. Ma-gyee-zouk 3 4 133} The people of these villages live principally on Indian-corn.
Iiet-toke Ahn co 1374 The road from Ma-gyee-zouk to Let-toke is good during the dry weather, but in the rains there is mud knee deep in places. Let-toke village contains about 500 inhabitants. Snakes are said to be numerous in this place, and the villagers state that many deaths among men and cattle occur from snake-bites. There are three villages on the bank of the riveraLet-pan-chay-baw, Thayet-koneaOne-hndh-kone,aabout a mile apart from each other.
Man-la 139 ... Leaving Let-toke (13th September) proceed in north-east direction, and reach the village of Man-la at miles. It contains 400 inhabitants.
Ityaw-zee li 1404 ... Contains about 60 houses.
Kayin-teh 142 ... Contains about 60 houses j also called Talaing-doung.
Da-bat-taw ... l 143 ... North-east of Kayin-teh. It has a good camping ground, with good water-supply.
Kya-bo l 144 ... This village consists of two clusters of huts numbering about 70, and about 1 mile apart between these villages is a tank said to run dry in the hot season.
Min-gyoon aaA l 145 ... North-east of Kya-bo, and contains 400 inhabitants.
Ywa-damike ... 1 145| This village is | mile from Min-gyoon, and contains about 1,000 inhabitants.
Bate l| r 1471 Consists of two clusters of huts numbering about 00. There is a famous pagoda of the same name in the middle. This village has a good camping ground and good water-supply.
Tha-boxuig ... l 148i t North of Pato. Consists of 60 huts in two clusters.Tha-boxuig ... l 148i t North of Pato. Consists of 60 huts in two clusters.