Hotel Shamling

Address: Mongar, Bhutan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mongar

Going East - from Bumthang to Mongar to Trashigang

A travel blog entry by victoria-bernd on Oct 06, 2015

5 comments, 19 photos

These last couple of entries from Bhutan have come to you after we have already left the country as our last couple of days in Thimphu were packed with saying goodbye to people, packing and lots of eating!! We are both sad to leave this land as it has been good to us and given us some wonderful experiences and memories but now it's time for the next step of the journey. So by the time you read this we will have exited the Land of the Thunder Dragon. As you read this we ...

Travelling and training in far East

A travel blog entry by helen-wositzky on Sep 23, 2015

1 comment, 194 photos

... and start up Community Forest Fire Management Groups in villages.

I absolutely loved the east, The road trip itself was a medley of many things, fantastic, scary, tiring, fun, fascinating, magical and frustrating all at different times. Fantastic in the spectacular scenery, scary when you have a one lane road with literally a 90 degree cliff drop for so far you can't see the bottom of the valley with no road barrier and blind ...

Spectacular Scenery

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Oct 05, 2014

36 photos

A three hour drive north of Mongar brought us to Lhuentsi. The drive was absolutely amazing! We followed the Kuri Chhu river for most of the drive. The fast flowing rapid filled river cut through the valley and we were provided with stunning views as we drove along. At times we were high above the river and other times right beside it. The road itself was one lane with rock faces on one side and at times cliffs on ...

Drive Day

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Oct 04, 2014

7 photos

Well the 200 kilometre journey today took us six and a half hours, not including a lunch stop. The road swerves and weaves around the mountains again giving us spectacular views of the valleys below. What is scary is that this is the main road in northern Bhutan. There is no faster way to reach our destination. Some parts of the road remind me of the back country roads in Ontario with trees overhanging it. On most of the road you could barely fit two vehicles ...

Gangtey Festival

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Oct 01, 2014

15 photos

... and walk back on our own. The opposing side, despite being down a road, was longer and then there was a good uphill hike to get back to Gangtey. In total we probably walked ten kilometres. Since there was nothing else to do in the village, we went for another hour and a half walk in the valley later in the afternoon. It truly is a beautiful valley but aside from a bit of hiking there was nothing to ...

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