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... Dechenchong and Semtoka but very difficult to locate and recognize
the tourist attractions I would rank Tashi Cho Dzong, National Memorial Chorten
and Buddha Point as top three. These three are the most important attractions
and must visit for anybody who goes Thimphu. However, from religious
perspective I was very impressed with the ...
... of natural causes on his way to a conference in South Africa. We had to walk around the memorial clockwise 3 times which is a lucky number and we prayed for people in our life as Numbgay said people don't usually pray for themselves. Numbgay said everything must be done clockwise as that is how the monks preach. After the memorial we headed to the big bronze Buddha that is being constructed in the high hills of Thimphu. It is being funded by a Singaporean ...
... though we were not asked to show these)
o The guard at the entrance to the staircase on the ground floor has a bunch of forms- ask him for these- he will not offer these to you J
o Fill in the form, and attach the photocopy of your ID and a passport photo to it, and head into the room inside (Counter 6)- there will be a curtain/ screen behind which you can see a computer and camera. People do not follow a proper queue system- so you ...
... was a dinner.
I took a couple of pictures of the city at night - but you can't see much.
One of the inspectors wanted her picture with me - so I have added that as well.
Last days in Thimphu.
I am really looking forward to getting home.
... museum. We drove to the hotel as school was letting out and all the children in their traditional Bhutanese dress uniforms were walking back home. A few were lingering in the schoolyard playing games or practicing some dance - maybe Traditional Bhutanese folk dance.
Suzanne is now luxuriating in the bath. I am waiting for her to warm up the bathroom for me to take my shower. Unless dinner is eventful, this may very well end my blog entry for today.