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This hotel was fab and certainly worth paying the price for. The staff were extremely helpful and friendly
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... bus. Uniformed Chinese soldiers at every corner. Looking serious. Arnold dealt with the visas. He looked serious as well . . And Arnold is never stressed or serious . . :-). Finally - we were loaded on the bus, heading for Lhasa. We had to take a bus and a van because there was a serious bus accident a few years back and some tourists were killed. So - from then on, buses can only carry 20 people. Go figure . .
And the yetis? Nope. Not a one. Sorry.
I'm off to Vietnam now, so I'll put up another post from there. Well, probably after I've been and gone, given my recent posting history....
... amis, rencontre de mon guide Tashl ( Bonheur) qui m'apprend que le groupe que je devais rejoindre, c'est moi. Je ne m'en plaindrai pas car je n'aurai pas à craindre de ralentir les autres. En attendant de commencer notre tour demain, je me repose dans un joli petit hôtel tibétain décoré à la façon traditionnelle.
durant mon séjour ici, je me contenterai de vous rapporter ce que je vois, ce que j'entends en évitant les commentaires et les questions politiques et je ...
This entry disappeared from the previous blog post. Bloody frustrating and it's now 2:50 am, the only time the wifi is working properly.
We joined the walking circuit of Jokhang Temple this morning passing by a few men doing the prostrating movement. Outside the temple numerous, mainly women, were prostrating themselves. It must be a way to get super fit as they don't pause - down, prostrate, up, down and so on. It reminded me of people exercising in ...
... in 1645 under orders from the 5th Dalai Lama, and the Red Palace completed in 1693.
The constant bustle, gaudy paraphernalia of worship, flickering butter lamps and wreaths of heady incense make the Jokhang Temple one of Tibet's most memorable experiences. The Jokhang was founded in AD 639 to house an image of the Buddha bought as dowry by the Nepali Princess Bhrikati on ...