Kichu Resort Paro
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Hilites: most challenging feat for us in a very long time and we did it; it rained just as we reached the monasteries - very auspicious!! And then it stopped as we headed back down which was up the 2000 steps/part of the last up hill part of the trek going up - even more auspicious!; phenom massage at Nak Sel afterwards; finally persuaded Sonam and Wangchuk to have a drink with us; fell into bed after packing ...
... a Swiss man who was one of the first to work in Bhutan and still lives here today having married locally. Although the wheat beer and emmental cheese they make had already been sampled (frequently) in Thimphu we could now see the source of these treasures!
Ein weiterer Tag auf sehr unebenen und meist ungeteerten Strassen die zusaetzlich in der Regenzeit gelitten haben – mit jede Menge Erdrutschen als Hindernisse – kamen wir dann letztendlich in Bumthang, ...
... of evil, and the Guru needed to eradicate same. So he flew over to Western Bhutan on the back of a Tiger, which was his second wife who is known as the Goddess of Wisdom. Hence the name, Tiger’s Nest.
Located about 3100 meters (10,170ft) above sea level, the hike to the monastery from the parking lot was about 400m (1300ft) uphill climb taking us about two hours. When we started early in the morning, clouds ...
... da wir nun auch bei unserer ersten bhutanesischen Disco waren – die “Pik-Ass” Disco, die die “Neudefinition des Nachtlebens” verspricht ist eine von mehreren hier in Thimphu. Der Anlass war eine Wohltaetigkeitsveranstaltung fuer eine gemeinnuetzige Organisation “RENEW” (steht fuer Respekt, Bildung, Erziehung/Hege und Ermaechtigung/Selbstaendigkeit von Frauen) die sich fuer benachteiligte Frauen ...
... up here you gaze down the Punakha Valley with the Mo Chuu flowing, Looking up the valley the mountains close in and with dark clouds folding over the mountains with streaks of sun and rain it was very dramatic.
After a quick dip in the freezing river, a night of great food, a huge bonfire and much chat, drinks and some guitar from our camp guides we had a sound nights sleep on comfy mattresses. I think you could call it glamping.