Hotel Druk Paro

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Travel Blogs from Paro

Auspicious Spirits & The Wheels of Fortune

A travel blog entry by marybc


... to all Buddhists so we were pretty choked when a group of tourists started shouting and disturbing the serenity. What had been a very peaceful, almost spiritual experience, turned in to a bit of a gong show. Thankfully it didn't happen until we began our return journey. The group showed up just as we were leaving but not before we saw the skinny little policeman with a big stick giving then what for. Way to go! Farther along our ...

Exploring Paro

A travel blog entry by mrs.khaki


... wooden lodge and a slightly dodgy morning of feeling all at sea due to ghastly malaria tablet side effects washed down with an 8% local brew... Mr K and I met our guide Kinley and the driver Dorji for a tour of Paro. First stop the local Museum where we saw a fine array of 18th Century masks. Some quite fearsome looking and others depicting animals. We shall see them in use during the Tsechu festival on 11th April which we're really looking forward to. Then a room full ...


A travel blog entry by bhutantourism


... br> Buddha 165ft tall statue and whole Thimphu city and valley beautifully.
On the way back to city we will visit National memorial chorten (stupa)
built in memory of our late Third King Jigme Dorji WangchuK and visit
textile museum of Bhutan and to centenary farmer’s market where
varieties of products are brought to sell.Night in Thimphu
Day 05 Thimphu – Punakha (1,300m):

today’s one day pregame will start ...

October 15, 2013

A travel blog entry by alexandmary


... 8220;blessed” us with an old relic, supposed to be hundreds of years old, that was to remove the evil from us. Then, they started to play as they chanted. There were two very long horns, reminiscent of Alpen horns, and two double fluted shorter horns longer than say, a trumpet, that sounded almost like bag pipes. And drums, They have a metal rod, shaped like a hook (actually it reminds me of a hook to hang a hanging plant). The ...

Paro, Bhutan

A travel blog entry by nancyx2


... Story had it that this is one of 108 monasteries that were miraculously constructed by King Songten Gampo in one night. Over the years the temple was visited and blessed by many famous Buddhist saints including Guru Rinpoche in the 8th century, Many of them also expanded the temple in size and grandeur over the period of time. The temple has many relics. The inner hall of the main Jowo Lhakhang conceals the valley’s greatest treasure, an original ...


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