Hotel Druk Paro

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Travel Blogs from Paro

1st day in Bhutan - landed in Paro

A travel blog entry by the_lips on Jul 19, 2014

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... 3’150 in only a few hours…. We realized it would take us some time to adapt before trekking…

We then had a very simple buffet lunch at Dochula and paid for our drinks in Nu. It cost us 500 Nu for 2 beers and 2 soft drinks. 100 Nu = 2frs.-

We descended from the pass and observed dramatic changes in vegetation. At the lower elevations, cacti, banana plants, poinsettias, and other ...

The start of our adventure!

A travel blog entry by mrs.khaki on Apr 04, 2014

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... ones. Managed to avoid drinking the holy water from my Sunjap dog fussing hand (as quite stinky) and poured the rest of the eucalyptus infused water on my head.

Kinley and Dorji are twenty-somethings and forever teasing each other, playfully pushing each other near the cliff edge and playing tricks and their behavior is infectious. We had a giggle seeing who could get the best notes from the reeds growing alongside the rough track. Pleased to say that I got ...

Valentine's at the Tiger's nest

A travel blog entry by jojo-a-lenka on Feb 13, 2014

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... of approximately 2 hours with a short tea break in a cafeteria located in the half of the journey. Many of the tourists would take horses but hey, we are not any tourists so we decided to do it on foot. Myself, with bad knees and in a terrible shape after 4 years of sitting at a desk and my wife with her asthma and arthritis were not really a dream-team so we kept the thoughts of possible failure to ourselves and kept the horses only as a back-up plan if worse come to worse. So with our ...

A textile museum?!?

A travel blog entry by russellgibson on Dec 02, 2013

This morning we visited the sites that were closed for the weekend: the textile museum and national museum. The textile museum was created by the King's father’s wife and was a two room exhibition that displayed various robes and shoes worn by the royal family. The national museum displayed religious relics, utensils and stuffed animals from the areas. The security at both of these locations was over the top. No backpacks, ...

The approach of a lifetime

A travel blog entry by maggie360 on Oct 21, 2013

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... and approach the airport if we could see the ground and could make outs the valley we had to approach. Hmm.... As if on cue, we found an open hole in the clouds and announced with Paro tower our desire to descend and approach the airport. Johannes and entered the lat/long waypoints into the GPS the day before so off we were following our breadcrumb path and needing to quickly lose 8000 ' altitude. Speed brakes came out, gear was dropped, and down we went. In ...

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