Kaila Choenzem Guest House
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... our visits to Kurjey and Thangbi Goembas.
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... growing apples and potatoes (not much else grows there, however there is a government research farm which is testing other crops). These farms are owned by Tibetan refugees. They're considered political refugees and accepted by the Bhutanese even though they have been at war in the past. When the snows come the people migrate to the valley spending those cold months in a tent.Eventually, our churning stomachs intact, we made it to Punakha. This was ...
... interested in becoming humble and feeling stress free. I enjoyed looking at the intricate architecture of the natives and learning a lot of about the Buddhist culture. I am more than thankful and grateful to have had this experience and if I could go back I wouldn't change a thing.
Ultimately I achieved my goal in finding ...
... at the tarmac of the airport, fascinated by the views of the mountains, the architectural design of the airport terminal, and the clean fresh mountain air surrounding me. From the beginning of the trip, I already didn’t want it to end.
BHUTAN’S ARCHITECTURE - One of the things I like about Bhutan is the architecture of its buildings. The design of its buildings gave a typical Tibetan’s vibe, a common Buddhism architecture. ...
... hill and getting quite cold. Luckily J managed to et hold of Kinga to drive closer. Finally reached high ground through trees with good track towards monastery. Track very boggy again as we approached car and had to walk on rickety planks. Took over 2 hours anyway, quite an experience and adventure. Stayed in Hotel Dewacheen, a resort. Very well presented and full, mainly Europeans. Some Singaporeans. Nice fire place in room, which took chill out of air ...