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... long considering) as we watched a bulldozer toss boulders off the side of the road to clear the blockage so that cars could pass through. While we could clearly see that the project is well underway, it still seems many years away from being completed.
The bright side of the drive was the stunning scenery we saw along the way. We gained and lost quite a bit of elevation all day. We started at about 1900m, drove up to ...
... to myself seems very extravagant! I have now found an old radio that I play whenever I'm in on my own. While it obviously doesn't have desert island discs or radio 2, the selection of music is pretty great. I've discovered an enjoyment for Hindi music (I think because it was played in the gym in Nepal continuously) and the western music is amazingly eclectic. On Wednesday I listened to a radio station that was playing songs 6music would be proud of since then it's been a bit all ...
... mit Auto und Fuehrer. Es ist nur 110 Km entfernt aber wir haben ueber 3 1/2 Stunden dazu gebraucht. Wir fuhren ueber den Chelalapass, mit knapp 4000 Metern der hoechste befahrbare Pass in Bhutan. Eigentlich haben wir gehofft die Nationalblume - den Blauen Moon zu sehen, dafuer sahen wir ein Meer von Gebetsfahnen und viel Regen. Wenigstens waren die Baeren auch nicht unterwegs vor denen wir gewarnt wurden. Es war aber sehr atmosphaerisch in der duennen Luft wo ...
... harvesting wheat and potatoes so she kindly took us into her grandparents home and made us a lovely cup of milk tea with biscuits. She was absolutely delightful. We had decided as it took us about 3 hours to walk up it was abit late to make our way back down the track before dark, and I for one was not keen to meet a bear in the dusk, so we rang the taxi driver to come and collect us from there, and passed the time waiting chatting to ...
... beaches where we have booked what looks like a great place on the beach, poolside bar, nice food, a good dose of heat and I'm sure a fair bit of partying mixed in with relaxing.
So as the rain continues to tumble down I am going to tumble into bed. There's one distinct advantage to rainy nights - the constant barking dogs shutup - and I won't have to get up in the middle of the night and turf water over the balcony at them to shut them up!.
Other places to stay in Bumthang
Jakar Village, Bumthang | Hotelfrom $70