Hotel Jigmeling

Address: Paro, Bhutan | Hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Paro

      Day 32 Bhutan's Famous Tiger's Nest!

      A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Oct 18, 2014

      34 photos

      ... would not have liked being up in the small monastery with so many people. When we left we saw many locals coming in as well as tourist. After that I was ready for lunch and it was delicious! Afterwards, I had a relaxing massage with Tibetan massage oil that smelled like ginseng. They also played Bhutanese Prayer music during my massage which was a nice touch. Later, I returned to my hotel to pack a bit and rest. My legs felt okay from the hike but I usually feel sore the day ...

      Walking around Paro

      A travel blog entry by vishnu_agni on Sep 25, 2014

      25 photos

      ... Stepping on the path down the hill, we made our way down to the road that separated the paddy fields on either side of it. On the way, we met a couple of schoolgirls who were on their way to school- it was around 9.15, but they seemed to be walking unhurriedly to their school which was supposed to start at 9. Reaching the road, we walked along it, meeting 2 schoolboys (older ones in grade 12, going to another school). Towards the other end of the road, we ...

      Stunning Views

      A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Sep 24, 2014

      35 photos

      ... views of Paro valley and on the other side of the ridge I could see Haa Valley. We drove 26 kilometres down the winding road on the mountain to the village of Haa. The road is the highest drivable road in Bhutan. We had lunch and then took a quick look at Khakhang Karpo, a monastery built in the 7th century. This is one of the 108 built by King Songsten Gampo. Afterwards we just walked through the town for a bit before heading to the hotel. This village is mainly ...

      Khamsum Yellenamgyel Chorten - Punakha Valley

      A travel blog entry by dmarek on Apr 24, 2014

      137 photos

      ... highly decorated floors of the temple. The monks were chanting and blowing the conch horn during our visit. The walk down back to the bus was uneventful but I was happy that I caught up and kept pace with the group - partly because I was taking fewer photos - having taken so many on the way up.

      We retraced our route back to Thimphu over the roads with heavy construction going on. Our first obstacle was having to wait for over a half hour before ...

      Exploring Paro

      A travel blog entry by mrs.khaki on Apr 02, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... pootle around Paro town. All the buildings are constructed from mud and wood. The shops all look the same with small hand painted signs giving you a clue as to what maybe inside.
      Finally we all had a laugh trying our hands at the favourite National pastime of Archery. It's safe to say we didn't manage to do Robin Hood and Maid Marion proud but we both hit the target earning us a coloured belt to wear.
      Back at 3pm and I needed a kip... sparko for 2 hours while Mr. K went for a walk.