Hotel Samdenchholing

Paro, Bhutan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Paro

A humbling experience

A travel blog entry by mrs.khaki


... believe me when I say they are exquisitely beautiful, highly decorated with painted walls, sculpted metal pillars, bright festoons of woven rainbow silks, giant Buddha effigies, with offerings of potato crisps, money and cakes. Incense filled the air and I loved the incense holders… used Pringles cartons, made me smile. A monk poured holy water in to our hands which we had a slurp of (tasted quite perfumed) and then wet ...


A travel blog entry by bhutantourism


... br> jorkhang in lhasa, it is considered that kichu lhakhang and bumthang
jambay lhakhang are the two temples ones. With time schedule we
will filly our belly at paro only then rite after lunch we will follow
to Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan where road goes along the river of
pachu covering the distance of 65 km. it hardly take one and half hour
to reach at thimphu from paro. On the way you can also have opportunity
to take ...

Shake your Bhutan...

A travel blog entry by gmeetstheworld


... waking me up. I'm thinking of becoming the new Sultan of Nepal and writing my own damn constitution.

So, we ended up on a chartered flight to Paro, Bhutan rather than the Nat Geo private jet. The flight was only one hour and get this, the time change from Nepal to Bhutan.. 15 minutes. Seriously!! But - we did the charter flight because the runway into Paro requires the most skillful of pilots due to navigating the mountain ranges and ...


A travel blog entry by c2miller


After a short drive we started our uphill walk to the Kila nunnery at 3,500 m. The nunnery was first established as a meditation site in the 9th century and is reputedly the oldest nunnery in Butan. There are about 45 nuns resident here. Lunched inside the temple area as it had started to rain. The walk downhill back to the bus was equally pleasant with different views. Drove on via Chelela pass at 3,988 m. Managed to get a quick view of Chomolhari (7,326 m), ...

Punakha to Thimpu

A travel blog entry by nancyx2


... to their moral treatment of others; turn tiny quantities of tea into superfluous amounts that would be sufficient for thousands of people; slaughtering animals for their meat and then restoring them to life from their bones; exorcising evil spirits; reforming demons and being able to travel on a spiritual plane with the ability to travel thousands of miles almost instantaneously. It is a miracle in itself that Bhutanese, who are very conservative and never show affection ...


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