Kichu Resort Paro

Address: Paro, Bhutan | Hotel
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      Bhutan day 4 & 5.

      A travel blog entry by figiel on Nov 15, 2014

      Day 4 & 5 At the risk of not publishing this entry because it's not finished, I was planning to spend some time adding more detail to it at some stage. I have now decided howeverI to just put it up as it is. It's mainly just a few notes about Bhutan thrown together as I had time. I may, or may not come back and pretty it up later. I have found Bhutan to be a nation very strong in both culture and religion. National identity ...

      Day 32 Bhutan's Famous Tiger's Nest!

      A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Oct 18, 2014

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      ... and I started to talk about local beers and he said I should the "Red Panda Bear". It was started by a Swiss man that is married to local Bhutanese woman. So after we left the farmhouse we headed to a place in Paro where we shared this beer. It was great and reminded me of Hoegaarden beer. We then discussed Buddhism, relationships and more. I don't remember it all as I was quite tipsy by the end of the night and I had an early morning with a 4am wake up call for my flight to ...

      Walking around Paro

      A travel blog entry by vishnu_agni on Sep 25, 2014

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      ... by the side of the Paro Chu (on a nice footpath).

      We were hungry by the time we reached town- a row of shops and restaurants on either side of a road. We ate at Sonam Trophel restaurant- had some Ema Datshe, rice and dal. After that we walked around town, packed some food from Tshernyoen's cafe and took a taxi back to our hotel. At the cafe, we were offered 2 free cups of Su- Dja (butter tea)- it tasted more like a hot soup and was quite energizing.

      Shopping and Another Flight

      A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Sep 22, 2014

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      ... to have some decent beef and the homemade chilli sauce had a really nice kick to it. I noticed that the tour guide and driver ate with their fingers. I was given a spoon to use. The guide also explained that they do not kill animals in Bhutan so all the meat is imported from India. I learned so much else tonight as we chatted but the blog for today is already a short novel so I'll save the tidbits of information for blog postings throughout the ...

      Auspicious Spirits & The Wheels of Fortune

      A travel blog entry by marybc on May 26, 2014

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      ... walking slowly around spinning the wheels and praying. As the woman looked up our eyes met and the smile was magical. These smiles say so much. They speak volumes about the past and about faith in a life not yet lived. They tell us the history of a people who have been isolated for so long, fought off ancient enemies, overcome adversity and still keep the faith.
      Can that faith keep India from treating Bhutan as their ...