Lhasa Phuntsok Khasang International Youth Hostel

Address: No.32 Duosengge North Road, Chengguan District, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Downtown area of Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Barkhor Street, and Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si).
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      De retour à Lhasa...back in Lhasa

      A travel blog entry by maa3 on Nov 14, 2014

      16 comments, 15 photos

      ... told you that I have changed my plans to visit North Korea. I forgot to tell you that after a few days after annuling my trip, I received an email informing me that the President of N.K. had decided to close the borders of the country to all tourists in fear of the Ebola fever. So I couldn't have gone anyway. I am leaving China Sunday for another destination. I want you to guess what that destination is. A clew? I fly out of Beijing at 11::20am ...

      Don't mention the Dalai Lama

      A travel blog entry by annietheowl on May 28, 2013

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      ... beer so we moved on again. Then we found a completely empty bar which only had warm beer available. But, excited at the prospect of infinitely multiplying his customer numbers (from naught to six!), the barman insisted we wait whilst he went and found us some cold ones. Five minutes later he returned with some more warm ones! When our resident beer temperature tester, Stephen pointed out his error, without missing a beat, the barman responded, 'Warm beer is much better for ...

      Lhasa, thye capital on the roof of the world

      A travel blog entry by kinemichelle on Apr 15, 2012

      ... to Sera Monastery, a little bit outside of town. The cool thing here, was that we got a chance to see the monks debating about the meaning of life. Not that we understood a single word, but it was very fascinating to just watch them, and how into it they were.

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      You can't cross the sea by standing .....

      A travel blog entry by sorbus on Aug 08, 2011

      3 comments, 89 photos

      ... striped aprons, often with plaits wrapped round their heads entwined with red braid. The men had the same headstyle. The houses were all exactly the same. One storey, brick built in a U shape with elaborate window frames and a courtyard we could peer into. The landscape has been changed by the advent of the Chinese. First they tried to get the locals to plant rice, but the climatic conditions were unsuitable. Now everywhere it is back to barley and ...

      Not Like Any Other Place

      A travel blog entry by alex-stu on Apr 18, 2011

      2 comments, 39 photos

      ... Dressed in Tibetan ethnic clothes, these pilgrims were embarking on their trip of a lifetime. Tibetan Buddhists, wherever they may live, are called to come to Lhasa at least once in their lives. Today was their day.

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