Deothjung Hotel

Address: Trashigang, Bhutan | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Trashigang

      Gangtey Festival

      A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Oct 01, 2014

      15 photos

      We spent about 45 minutes this morning watching the Gangtey Festival held at Gangtey Monastery. The monastery is located on a forested hill that allows for a view of the valley. I was under the impression that the festival would be similar to the one in Thimphu. First is held the Drupchen inside the temple and then the festivities move to the courtyard a few days later. Well we were a few days too ...

      Merak to Miksa

      A travel blog entry by mrs.khaki on May 07, 2014

      22 photos

      ... who happily posed for a piccie to add to our memory book and then prepared for a damp walk.

      This was not to be a favourite day... we soon found ourselves enveloped in a thick mist and later rain... 4 1/2 hours clambering uphill over slippery rocks... we didn't take too many photographs today as our mood was not as jolly as the previous one and we started obsessing about food from home. Both of us dreaming of a thick rare steak (we are ...

      2nd day of long road trip

      A travel blog entry by mrs.khaki on May 04, 2014

      14 photos

      Today, we were supposed to be in Marong but due to the necessary change to our itinerary we were heading for Trashigang and unexplored territory. The weather was not condusive to driving on narrow, winding mountain roads with a sheer drop and no crash barrier as it was foggy... very foggy at times and I just had to be fatalistic and pray now was not our time to meet our maker!

      Despite ...

      Uncles, Nuns, Bridges, Red Rice and Gompas

      A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Nov 27, 2013

      5 photos

      ... 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 on Nov 24, 2013

      7 photos

      ... 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 ...