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... and the newer building under construction). After this, off to Paro with a short stop at a small 14th century bridge (Vidhaiasaga) crossing a fast flowing glacial melt-water river. Paro is a very small rural settlement which has the national airport. Very different to Thimphu. Rice and other agricultural plots circle this town of 6000 people. Arrival in the town was celebrated with lunch in a quaint roadside restaurant. We were to ...
Day 14 Tigers Nest
Our last full day in Bhutan we saved for the epic trek / climb to the Tigers Nest. We were picked up at 8:00 am and started the climb around 8:30 and it took about an hour or more to get to the high point of a cafe that over looked the famed Tigers nest. We stopped for a quick tea and then started the interesting part of the trek which climbed another 500 ft of vertical then we dropped down hugging the side of the rock dropping ...
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
... set out some understandings on what we would like to achieve ( and that I'm not a fire-fighter !! ) and a rough work plan. There is clearly much knowledge and experience here with a definite idea of what the department would like to do but there is very little resource. I discovered that there are volunteer fire fighters however all are in the city, they have no fire truck at all, but the police have one they use, outside of the reach of the ...
... 17th century and being key to Bhutan history. The best site was left till last when today we trekked to the Tiger's Nest Monastery in Paro at around 3150m. Getting walk up, and fantastic views. The last 5 days have been interesting to say the least, it's a developing country without a doubt. You are reminded of this at every step, and if your expectations are of comfort and certainty, then it's best to stay away. The roads ...