- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... food includes, barley husks, dried radish and cauliflower leaves. His wife then joined us for a night off, coming with us to Lhasa. His kids were very cute, as was his grandmother. After a cup of tea and regroup at the Yak Hotel we head out to cash up and find the elusive workshops and shops of local artists. After a quick detour of the food market and a couple of steamed carrot dumplings we eventually found it but it ...
... know it won't be as soon as we leave Lhasa. Nevertheless, I'll enjoy it for the three nights. The heated floors are also amazing. I definitely need to get that in my house! The guide said there was some restaurants down the street so I headed out for food. I ended up having to walk for a bit until I found something. It was a small Chinese restaurant, with no English, but they understood my little bit of Chinese. Thus I got to enjoy my favourite Chinese dish - Kung poa ...
... you can see the ends of the straw which was used to make the walls of this newer part. The palace was the political and religious centre of old Tibet, until the Dalai Lamas ceased to live in Tibet. Over the ages almost all of 100,000 volumes of scriptures, historical documents and other works of art were either removed, damaged or destroyed. However, some gold
hand-written Buddhist scriptures, valuable gifts from Chinese ...
... were to visit the following day with the group, but our walking tour took us around the Temple, and partially on the Barkhor which is the pilgrim circuit which goes around the temple. The thing that got us was the sheer number of people who were in Lhasa, as tourists as locals and as pilgrims. We didn't expect it to be so touristy as a lot of the shops on the Barkhor catered for the pilgrims and tourists, there were countless prayer beads and prayer wheels, ...
... a long time, head throbbing, freezing cold, no appetite yet hungry and things started to spin a little. I would end up lying in bed until 12 noon the next day drifting in and out of sleep and with only water as sustenance. When it got to noon the next day I made myself get up so that I could go and find food. I knew I had to eat or else I will only get weaker. After putting on half the clothes in my rack sack I ventured out again and ...