The Tibet Cang-Gyan Lhasa Hotel
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... and the higher things are the better. The shortness of breath and head spins are abating. I haven't done any yoga, walking from the bathroom to the bed was enough to knock me up. Altitude and I don't go well together. We're both tired and doey with the altitude by midday and I fell asleep on the way home. We got Sonam to organise a massage by one of the sight impaired massage organisations and 2 young girls turned up at 3 to our room for a great 90min massage ...
... went to the roof to get a view of the palace and the city square. Once we left the temple, Chole, Cadent and I head down the historical Barkhor Street, the oldest street in Lhasa. We seemed to be the only tourists around and we took a few pictures before heading back to the hotel. I am still a little dizzy from the altitude so plan to take it easy tonight as tomorrow there is a day of exploring areas outside of Lhasa including two famous ...
... find a place to sit down, have a coffee & swap stories of our afternoons. We have dinner & try the Yak Pie, we have images of a deep pan Shepherd's pie with some type of pastry on top. The Yak pie arrives - it is flat & looks more like a Mexican quesadilla - no one says anything & we take a slice each. We take a mouthful & look at each other for the verdict - Tony says, "it's ok, but it's missing something", he then gets up & comes ...
After leaving the hotel at 6 am, we were sitting at the airport with fog so thick, you couldn't see out the windows of the airport. We were wondering what we would do if planes couldn't make it out! Thankfully, after 3 hours our flight boarded and we took off for Tibet.
Upon landing, we went to the baggage claim and water was dripping from the ceiling in multiple places. We ...
... also a source of useful information as he actually knew more about Buddhism than Tenzen, our entertaining but largely useless tour guide. Gizzy plays hurling in Ireland and was an even more unusal backpacking phenomenon that a Chilean vegetarian Buddhist monk - a teetotal Irishman. He explained that this break from nature's laws was only temporary and due to having previously worked as a barman in New York with inevitable Guinness overload. We ...