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However, you have made many (old) mistakes, for example: 1] You have the proper zonal charges, but all are in US dollars, while from the 2013/2014 period most zonal charges and all museums charges will be in Kyats. Inle Lake zoning is 10 US$ or - 10000 Kyats, but I wager from 2015 everything is in Kyats.
After the Inle lake charge was increased to 10 US$, the guided tour and entrance fees for the Sangkar Sea were canceled. The Bagan-Salay is still indicated as 22 nautical mile, but there is more in a straigth line. An interesting diary about this bike tour (June 2013): And their plan of lakes Inle is pretty horrible - it seems they never took a look at Google Geomaps and such wells.
The Nyaung Shwe is the capital of the Balu River basin, just off the northern shore of Ile, but they show it as a small hamlet like everyone else on the water.