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... in Tibet. There are three monastic colleges for studying philosophy and one for the practice of Tantric Buddhism. In the afternoon we went to Sera Monastery. We scheduled this one in the afternoon as there was supposed to be a philosophical debate at three but that never happened. Thus we did one lap around the Kora and then explored the monastery. As we walked the Cora, there was one lady knitting as she walked around. This was ...
Jamyang picked us up at 8:30 and we took a taxi to Potala Palace to buy tickets for tomorrow and then another taxi to Drepung Monastery which was founded in 1416. The 2nd Dalai Lama established the Ganden Palace located next to Drepung- where the following Dalai Lamas lived until the 5th built Potala. We got a lot of explanations from Jam but it's hard to make them stick but here's what we remember: Before ...
... and am flying over it one year later! FYI...when traveling in Asia, bring food that you like. It is mystery food! Try eating gluten free here!!!! We got one brown spongy square and one white spongy square and preserved vegetable in a vacuum sealed package. Luckily there was a banana in the pack. Of course, isn't banana one of the foods you should not eat because it makes you fat??? Good excuse huh?? I've had two already today and one was with peanut butter. ...
... enthusiasm. We learned that this monk was the one who acts as guide for world leaders and dignitaries. And he was our guide today! After a stroll through the streets after visiting Jokhang, we had lunch and then off to two more destinations before the day ended. The Tibetan University is an impressively grand facility. One of the very interesting things that goes on here is the enhancement and preservation of the Tibetan language & culture and it's implementation ...
... where a beautiful turkey river (that seemed more like a lake), surrounded by sandy dunes with rocky mountains on the background: this all left us with an open mouth.
Do you know when in The Lion King, Mufasa shows to Simba all his kingdom and tell him the famous sentence: "Look, Simba. Everything the light touches is our kingdom"?
That was basically what appeared under our eyes! Magical moment!
Unfortunately, we couldn't enjoy it so much, since our driver ...