Hotel Jor-Yang'Z

Address: PO Box 1224, Paro, Bhutan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on PO Box 1224, Paro.
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Travel Blogs from Paro

Dernier jour de rêve, Last day of the dream

A travel blog entry by maa3 on Feb 23, 2015

8 comments, 6 photos

... bien précis, rituel que nous avions déjà vu la veille lors d'un spectacle folklorique à l'hôtel. En fin d'après-midi nous avons visité le plus vieux temple du Bhoutan qui date de l'an 480. Souper d'adieu avec notre guide et le chauffeur Nous avons appris que les familles vivent traditionnellement en familles élargies, que les cousins et cousines grandissent ensemble dans la maison de grand-papa et grand-maman.ceci crée des ...

Into the Tigress Liar

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Dec 15, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

Sorry Guys, I know it appears I've been slacking but internet in India has not been great!! So now that I have decent internet again you're going to get inundated.


I'm awoken by the sound of rain banging on the corrugated roof. The heavens have opened and while it's after sunrise the ominous clouds are not allowing much light through. I meet my guide and driver and they warn me that if it continues to rain we may not be able to ...

A weekend in Paro

A travel blog entry by helen-wositzky on Dec 15, 2014

3 comments, 71 photos

... according to the blurbs. Bernardo Bertoluciu's movie Little Budda was partly filmed here. Surrounding the Dzong is a massively long stone wall topped with slate, making our way around it we finally came to the footbridge across the river which is the entrance. Around the Dzong grassed slopes with some impressive tall pines and trees with just a few autumn leaves hanging on. Hues of brown and ochre with the white of the Dzong overhead. The most beautiful flight ...

Welcome to Bhutan

A travel blog entry by helen-wositzky on Nov 24, 2014

9 comments, 14 photos

... designs, bigger than life size statues around the walls, and cloths on the ceiling.

On the floor in the middle were two pieces of carpet runners, patterned with blue tones. Please sit we were beckoned, Allison and I on one side, Chris ( the AVID in country manager) Maha his wife and Rinzin who works at the AVID office facing us on the other. Our welcoming ceremony began and we were to understand that there are three levels of ...

Day 31 Exploring Bhutan

A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Oct 17, 2014

25 photos

... and taste like some tea with salty hot butter. It was way too rich for me and I could only manage a few sips. I even added sugar which Numbgay said was a no no. After lunch I took a walk around the city of Paro and took a few snaps. The day was almost over but we headed to Bhutan's oldest temple first where the Queen Mother comes very often. It was very pretty and small and Numbgay and I took our time and even meditated there. Afterwards, the monk told Numbgay I ...

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