Amankora Paro

Paro, Bhutan | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Paro

My Yoga Family in's weird there are 5!

A travel blog entry by teachinbhutan


This morning I am going to meet my new team. It's strange that I leave my own 5 students/disciples back in London and am given a new 5 here in Bhutan to train in the arts of yoga, spirituality and dharma, but first before I meet them I have to go to the local hospital to get myself physically cleared and check by the physicians to allow me to stay …

My birthday!

A travel blog entry by teachinbhutan


Today is my birthday! Hooray! Actually am not sure why I am
cheering as I cannot remember the last time I spent my birthday away from my
friends and family. So this year is going to be pretty strange.

Anyway was asked to be at breakfast for 8am this morning
with Miki and Ian and afterwards I was bundled into our 4x4 and driven …

In the Land of the Thunder Dragon

A travel blog entry by teachinbhutan


Flying from Bangkok to Bhutan was quite an experience. The turbulence was like a white knuckle rollercoaster, and I was put near the fire exit, so my seat was unable to lie back, which is pretty frustrating considering I had, had no sleep during my time in Bangkok.

After a 5 hour flight we finally landed, slightly delirious, I gathered my …


A travel blog entry by mlsmalcolm


Today we were going to trek up to Taktsang Monastery also known as the Tigers nest built in 1692 Situated at 3120m above sea level and 900m above the Paro valley. We left the hotel and went up to the starting point where we collected our horses. The climb to the top was 600m and would include 800 steps. It was easy going on the horses and as we passed thoroughbred hikers struggling to breath we were glad to be on horseback. After an hour we stopped at a ...

Punakha to Thimpu

A travel blog entry by nancyx2


This morning we visit one of the strangest religious and historical characters in Bhutan. One of the great religious teachers and holy men, Drukpa Kunley, is known all over Bhutan as ‘The Divine Madman’. Eccentric and only one of his kinds, Drukpa Kunley was born in Tibet in 1455. There are many legends associated to him that talk of various miracles and his outlandish behavior. He is believed to have been an extremely precocious child who could remember all of ...

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