Rainbow Inn

Address: Duo Di Lu, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Duo Di Lu, Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Barkhor Street, and Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si).
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    Travel Blogs from Lhasa

    A touch of altitude sickness

    A travel blog entry by jojo-travels on May 29, 2015

    2 comments, 31 photos

    ... Wondering how many people we will have on today's adventure . . .

    So - there were several others in medical trouble last night. At least two others on full oxygen and IV fluids. Amazing . . . not good. Arnold says this is pretty typical, 7 or 8 people down per group! Joyce took the day off as well . .. We are feeing fine - and feeling very fortunate that we ARE feeling fine! Because today was awesome!


    De retour à Lhasa...back in Lhasa

    A travel blog entry by maa3 on Nov 14, 2014

    16 comments, 15 photos

    ... come back to Lhasa using the shortest route, 200 kilometres, along the Yangchoun river. It was a 6 hour ride! The river gorges were especialy impressive.
    i would like to share with you a reflexion I made after watching a tv show on CCTV ,the Chinese network. There was a panel organized by this channel on the subject of the APEC meeting held in Beijing in the first days of this week. The panel was on the project put forward by China on a Free ...

    Day 27 Monasteries, Philosophical Debate & More

    A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Oct 13, 2014

    31 photos

    ... for 3 hours and the types of questions they ask are "is the white horse really white?". Tenzin explained that the correct answer would be "no white is merely a color and not the essence or the soul of the horse." Another one would be "is a person's body really his body?" and again the correct answer would be "no the body is an impermanent object." I so wish there were subtitles or translators so I could actual understand what the monks were debating. It was very interesting ...

    From the roof of the world

    A travel blog entry by louisekeen on Sep 18, 2014

    2 comments, 115 photos

    ... barley fields being cut and to add further colour, pink and white cosmos blooming everywhere. A huge number of monasteries were destroyed in the 1960's and 70's but many remain and a lot are being rebuilt. We had a bit of a monastery smorgsmaborg, visiting twelve in 8 days. Architecturally similar, each had its own particular feature but my abiding memory will be of the complexity of Buddism, with a past Buddha, present Buddha, future Buddha, Buddha of compassion, Buddha ...

    Exploring Lhasa

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Nov 23, 2013

    188 photos

    ... on her face. It was anyone's guess what she may have done, but several people in the crowd told the policeman to let her go, and he just continued to drag her away. It is fascinating to see and feel the oppression here, and definitely eye-opening, and sad…
    There is a hill just to the southwest of the Potala palace that is a sacred hill for the Tibetans. Old photos of the area show a beautiful monastery built on the top of this hill, ...

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