Hotel Druk Paro

Paro, Bhutan | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by slobodanka


... trip. Unfortunately no photos allowed.
That left us with a couple of hours to wander through the handicraft market. Some interesting and lovely things on show, in many cases they were making their products on the spot.
Another couple of hours and we were back in Paro at the hotel we stayed at on our first night.
For our last dinner we went to a local restaurant with our guide and driver, where we had an opportunity to thank them for a wonderful ...


A travel blog entry by mlsmalcolm


... a cup of tea before continuing, after another hour we reached a point that the horses could go no further as the rest of the way was all steps. The horses were now led back down to the bottom as it was to steep to ride them. We started climbing down steps before going up steps and now we started to understand how hard it was to breath, we finally reached the Tigers nest and couldn't really believe where we were. We spent an hour looking around before tackling ...

Hike to Taktsang Monastery

A travel blog entry by bubblyb23


... headed. The path is wide and we pass many pray flags along the way. Finally come to a magnificent view of the Monastery. It was now at eye level, I hear we now have about 400 steps down wards before heading back up to reach our ultimate goal. Down the stairs across the bridge we come to the Lion Cave which was used for meditation. This is where it is said that Guru Riponche mediated. Up the finally 100 or so steps we finally make the Taktsang Monastery. The monastery was built in the ...

Shake your Bhutan...

A travel blog entry by gmeetstheworld


... distressed in their separation. Every single person who went through the scanner beeped. I don't know how I beeped. I was wearing Lululemon workout pants and shirt. No pockets. Nothing on me. No jewelry. But, beep I did and I was then subjected to the search of all searches. The woman first felt both breasts, cupping them both and then grazed her hand from my ********** to the front of my glorious hoo-ha!!! Seriously!! I was so shocked and laughed ...


A travel blog entry by c2miller

Another 8:00 am departure - next stop Paro. Stopped at the Royal Botanical Gardens at Lamperi - bit of a disappointment as not very well established and poorly set out. Lunched at Dochu La - cloudy again so still no views of the Bhutan Himalayas.

We didn't get to Paro until 3:00 and raced off to visit Paro Dzong before it closed. Paro Dzong is one of Bhutan's most impressive and well known dzongs. It was built in 1649 and, as a fort, was ...


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