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


... 45 minutes we were called to board and were on our way. We climbed above the clouds and the captain announced that due to poor visibility we would not get to see the mountains which was a shame and that the weather in Paro was not good but if we could not land we had enough fuel to circle and we could always come back to Kathmandu. They served up a sandwich with some pastries and Mandarin juice which all tasted really good. After 50 minutes we seemed to be circling before we went ...

Day 07b Dzongkha welcome

A travel blog entry by baktan

i was sitting, as the guide books tell, on the left wing on outbound coz the mountain view will come to the left side. and actually it was great to see that panoramic view during tje 45min short flight, especially the one which is over 7500m high.landing at paro airport was also amazing as we could easily see the panoramic view and a clear view over rinbung dzong the famous one in paro.i was amazed by the detailed decos on the roofs of the ...

The long walk up

A travel blog entry by russellgibson


... paintings, scripts and artefacts.) The tributes to Buddha were made in the 7th century and the detail put into the hand crafted wooden carvings was very beautiful. Unfortunately photography was not allowed. The paintings on the wall of the temple were in a condition of disrepair; however this seemed to be consistent age and also accumulated soot from burning candles in the temple. Around this temple was a huge (greater than 100) number of prayer ...


A travel blog entry by bhutantourism


... performed annually in monasteries
and Dzongs to pay the homage to guru rinpoechoe, who introduced Buddhism
in Bhutan. During the time of tsechu meaning religious festival mask
dances and dances are performed by monks and lay men in order to bring
the blessing and pure the minds for both performers and out lookers.

You will also find Ta Dzong or watch tower located about the Dzong
which contains a shrine dedicated to the ...

October 15, 2013

A travel blog entry by alexandmary


... which, you would swear was machine done, clay work (sculpture) with unimaginable detail, painting, sculpture and metal work. All artists were at their desks and tourists could walk among them, even taking pictures.

It was getting very crowded with all sorts of tourists moving through, some not so politely. Tour busses were everywhere. Lots of people. Devendra said ten years ago there were 5,000 tourists a year, now there are over ...


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