Kichu Resort Paro

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In a fairy tale

A travel blog entry by slobodanka

10

... later than the original suggested 2:30am start and started off at 5am. By then there was a huge crowd and the large Tanka depicting the Guru Rinpoche had already been unfurled. It is a beautiful tapestry embroidered sometime in the 16th century. There were two huge lines of people snaking across the area in front of the temple. For a small donation you could enter the temple and receive a blessing. We all lined up ...

A humbling experience

A travel blog entry by mrs.khaki

5

Both felt good this morning after a fab nights kip so set off for an early brekkie at 7am with day packs bulging with camera gubbins, water and jelly babies! After a 15 minute drive we were at the base of the mountain where Takshang Lhakang (the Tiger's Nest) is precariously built 3150 metres above sea level. It was a lovely sunny day so the duvet coat stayed stuffed in my bag, raincoat tied around my waist and we slapped on ...

Hike to Taktsang Monastery

A travel blog entry by bubblyb23

3
14

... I am just amazed how magnificent this all is. Words cannot explain the beauty. I have my pray flags with me. Pem organises a Monk to bless them for me. I stand beside the monk while he chants, puts holy water in the pray flags and puts ash on them. As he does this I think about all the people who are important in my life - Chris, Ben, mum, Karlene and her family, Michelle, Bevan. I also think of my friends both old and new. I wish them all a good peaceful safe life ahead of them. I ...

Shake your Bhutan...

A travel blog entry by gmeetstheworld

5
11

... but don't feel the need to return. I felt so bad for the people. Our guide yesterday said that 85% of the people live in poverty and only earn about $1200 a year. That's tragic and heartbreaking and I feel so unnecessary and indicative of an incompetent government. It turns out that the government is not incompetent because in Nepal, right now, there is no government at the moment. Seriously... no government in place at the moment...

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THIMPU SIGHTSEEING

A travel blog entry by c2miller

After a quick visit to the nearby Chhundu Lhakhang (monastery) we walked along the Haa river valley from upper Haa, through local villages, into the main town (3 hours) where we lunched. Then proceeded to drive to Thimpu with great views of the lush and green Haa valley. Stopped to view the confluence of the Paro and Thimpu rivers then drove the short distance into Thimpu. Thimpu was surprising large with "high rise ...

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