Amankora Gangtey

Paro, Bhutan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Paro

Kathmandu to Paro

A travel blog entry by mlsmalcolm


... lounge and if things did not improve we would have to stay in Kathmandu. Anyway sat in the lounge with no money, half a bag of ginger nuts and three bags of mints was not good planning. After a couple of hours we got a call to re board the plane, we were told that weather had improved over Paro so they needed to leave in case it deteriorated. We took off and as we cleared the clouds  the blue sky's looked promising. We managed to get a view of some of the mountain range with ...

Hike to Taktsang Monastery

A travel blog entry by bubblyb23


... I am just amazed how magnificent this all is. Words cannot explain the beauty. I have my pray flags with me. Pem organises a Monk to bless them for me. I stand beside the monk while he chants, puts holy water in the pray flags and puts ash on them. As he does this I think about all the people who are important in my life - Chris, Ben, mum, Karlene and her family, Michelle, Bevan. I also think of my friends both old and new. I wish them all a good peaceful safe life ahead of them. I ...

The approach of a lifetime

A travel blog entry by maggie360


... from the clouds. Wow. The last time we'd seen a mega peak like this poking out from the clouds was along the Alaskan coast. That really seemed like such a long time ago with a world of experiences between us and the adventure of that day... This is when we knew things would get interesting. It was almost completely overcast below us, and the mountains were starting to get higher down there somewhere. At the same time, Paro was a VFR-only, meaning we could ...

Bumthang and surrounds

A travel blog entry by hschoch


... boys just walked by. Every youngster came up with a hi, or hello and some wanted to get photo taken and were delighted with result. N Back at hotel one of tour companies had organised a culture show, dancing g mainly. With bonfire, nibbles and punch. Good entertainment.Added bonus, had to give a tip as we were invited guests. Dinner , chicken and buck wheat noodles ( very dry),potatoes and mixed veggies. Hotel restaurant charged only ...

Paro, Bhutan

A travel blog entry by nancyx2


... statue of Jowo Sakyamuni.
Other temples and monasteries we visited include : Rinpung Dzong, which was constructed in 1646. Drakhapo, above Shaba. Drakhapo is a monastic complex perched on a cliff. Guru Rinpoche spent two months here after completing a retreat at nearby Taktsang, and during his stay placed many treasures into the cliff. The area also has several hand and foot prints embedded in the rock.

We also visited several ...


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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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