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other attraction was the views of Himalayan mountains everywhere in the city.
The place is easy and safe. The people are friendly and helpful.
difficult thing in Thimphu is that there is no cheaper transport in the city,
no shared taxis even. So you have to pay around 2000-3000 nu per day for
researved taxis or be prepared to walk a lot to go anywhere. Some town buses
... away during my trip as I doubt they will keep lasting through all my travels. In any case, enough about boring clothes its time to explore! Numbgay and the driver picked me up at 8am and we headed to a famous stupa, which I learned in Tibet are these statutes that are built to warn off evil and local Buddhists will walk around these structures praying. This particular memorial was built by the queen in the memory of her son "K3" or the 3rd King of Bhutan who died ...
... as you can (but no point reaching before 8:30 or 8:45, as officials come in only around 9:15). No person or printed notice will guide you through the process. Here is what we advise based on our experience-
o Ensure you carry a photocopy of your passport (front and back pages) or other ID card and 1 passport photo. Carry a pen and a book which will serve as a writing board while filling in the form. Carry the originals of your ID ...
Finishing up with the training of BAFRA inspectors. The training took place in a hotel high in the hills. I could look down on the river, and over the city.
In the evening, all the inspectors who participated got certificate from the Secretary (Deputy Minister level) and ...
... the tea house and along the path to the Tiger's Nest. The little gift shop in the museum didn't have anything that appealed to me and the souvenir stalls at the end of the walk were probably things I could get elsewhere in Nepal. I am worried about the weight of my bags for our flight tomorrow from Paro to Kathmandu.
There had been talk of a shopping spree in downtown Paro, but people were more interested in hot showers or baths by the time we ...