Deothjung Hotel

Trashigang, Bhutan | Hotel
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Uncles, Nuns, Bridges, Red Rice and Gompas

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean


... Gompa.

From the main monastery I managed to find a small dirt track where there were four quite old nuns embarking on their return trip. I hurried after them until I was overcome with a panting fit in the thin air. Unfortunately none of the nuns spoke any English, but they seemed to understand where I was going and were happy for me to follow them. All four were in their mid to late sixties, dressed in the traditional crimson monastic clothing and ...

Monpas, Sumo, Yak Butter Tea & Indian Army

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean


... permits and register. Here a man from Delhi insisted on having his picture taken with both of us, I suppose we did look somewhat unusual.
The journey to Dirang was to take eight/nine hours through some of the most beautiful countryside. Soon we were amongst the mountains following the river up the valley until we reached the first mountain and started our long winding climb. There were an enormous number of army outposts here, dotting the landscape. The ...

Tawang, unparalled beauty.

A travel blog entry by rajrn


... paradise. Arunachal is a lap of beautiful nature. It entices you, it mesmerizes you and it will bind you. It will engage you in long wavy roads and will then spellbind you. Arunachal is a journey and not a station. It is a journey dotted with lively people, Gompas (Monesteries), Lamas, Yaks, Lakes. And to top it all, you have war memorials to relive the 1962 war and feel its aura even today. Something you don't get anywhere else. Arunachal has something different - it has a ...

Monday, Mongar in central Bhutan

A travel blog entry by ldhensel


... us to ask questions of our guides. Today I talked to Tashi about the Bhutanese government. The country has always been independent, never been occupied (with a little help from the Himalayas). Until recently it has been a monarchy and has been blessed with some remarkably good kings. The last five kings have been from the Wangchuk family, and are referenced by number, as in K1 or K5. K3 and K4 were particularly farsighted. K3 ...

Sunday, Tashigang to Mongar

A travel blog entry by ldhensel


... high on the mountain overlooking the valley and the mountains across. It was extraordinary. A monk unrolled a rug for us to sit on while our guides set out the containers of food prepared by last night's hotel. We ate rice, a couple of vegetable dishes, marinated beef, and pepper curry accompanied by coffee (Nescafé, ugh) or tea.

After lunch a few of us sat on the grass, looking out toward the mountains and meditated. ...

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