Hotel Jor-Yang'Z

PO Box 1224, Paro, Bhutan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Paro

Kathmandu to Paro

A travel blog entry by mlsmalcolm


... the fog we can only presume that the steep climb we experienced was climbing up a mountain as there was no way we had weaved through this valley previously,  if our number had been called it wouldn't have been the way we would have wanted to go hitting a mountain half way through a game of candy crush. I don't know what made us want to come to Bhutan but as we landed and taxied to the terminal we looked out at the beautiful buildings in such a nice setting and we were glad that we ...

Hike to Taktsang Monastery

A travel blog entry by bubblyb23


... then head back down the hill. We now head to the 7th century temple Kyichu Lhakhang, one of the oldest temples in Bhutan. There is some damage from an earthquake a few years ago, but restoration has been very successful. We walk around the temple 3 times before heading back into Paro. On the way I find a house with a "penis" painted to ward off demons. We finish the day with wandering through Paro. I buy myself a penis so that I also can ward off any demons which might have me in their sight ...

The approach of a lifetime

A travel blog entry by maggie360


... valley we caught a glimpse of the runway! Too cool! We were so fortunate to have the GPS paths for the appropriate valley. One, that looks wider and more tempting to fly in to, was off our right wing and we could see why a jet many years ago had flown that valley and led to the ban of generally aviation flights until ours this day. Down we went and around the bends of the valley. It's was all so new to me and so much fun. Approaches in Texas just don't hold a candle ...

Paro to Punaka

A travel blog entry by nancyx2


This morning we left Paro to drive to Punakha. At the outskirt of Paro there were two old foot bridges over the Paro River. One was a suspension bridge and the other was made with some historical antique chains by a man who bent them with his hands. There was wire instead of wood on the walkway. It was a bit scary walking over it because you could not get good footing, kind if like Tom Sawyers Island at Disney but higher up. We drove over Docha La Pass which ...

Paro, Bhutan

A travel blog entry by nancyx2


... are in use today. Paintings and statues are very old and precious.

We stopped for lunch and then spent time walking around Old Town. We happened on an archery finals tournament so watched that for a while. Archery is a national pastime for Bhutan. They even sent a team to the last Olympics.

We returned back to the hotel for the traditional tea and cookies and reviewed speeches and geography and demographic information with our guide.


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