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Travel Blogs from Lhasa
5 days in Lhasa:
Norbulingka - Summer Palace of Dalai Lama
Drepung Monastery - Annual Yoghurt Festival
We had intended Tibet to be the peak of our 10 months traveling, before we began our journey home. So far Lhasa has not disappointed. It's …
Up at the crack of dawn again this morning to make our 9am flight. We figured we should get to the airport around 7:30am, and it was a good thing we did. The security for our flight was way above anything we have experienced before and it took quite a while to get through. I was extremely glad that we had our Tibet permit in our hot little hands, …
I am writing again from Lhasa, on our last night in this incredible city. Michael and I have both adjusted to the altitude quite well, and I am no longer in need of the diamox. Only long sets of stairs continue to present a problem...our travelling companion asks "Where's my air???" My lips and toes still tingle, but everything else is cool. Let me …
We were collected as promised at 5.30am but the promised english speaking guide did not materialize. We were shown our tickets and set off for the airport, both nervous that we were going to be turned away at check-in. However we weren't and we both felt really excited as the plane took off. We have both travelled extensively in the world but …
.....and staring at the sea.
NEPAL : TIBET / CHINA
When it comes to the point when the local rubbish collector administrator offers you a monthly contract to pick up your garbage; and when the sunflowers at the entrance to the swimming pool, once a few inches high, now tower high – then it is time to be moving on. And eventually the Chinese thought so too and our “invitation” to go to China arrived. You cannot go ...