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... has over 1000 rooms, only some are open to the public. We did get to see many different religious relics and the tombs of some of the past Dalai Lamas. There was definitely a lot of gold used in some cases. After lunch, we went to visit Jokhang temple. This temple is in the middle of old Lhasa but the surrounding area has been rebuilt so it doesn't look old at all any more. Construction of this temple began in 647 CE during the time of King ...
... as the family chapel, with wall hangings adorning the walls and candles lining a shelf. Our little shy tot had suddenly become an extrovert - was it
Tony's gift of a tiny koala or just that he was pleased we were departing? Whichever, he and his brother waved wildly as the coach drew away from outside their home. This turned out to be a very long day, but it was so good to see the ...
... as I sit here taking it all in from this rustic guest house in Tibet. Read on for more about that!
Back to Lhasa, which was gloriously warm, a lovely surprise! Many women wear masks to protect themselves from the sun but it's very common to see rosy cheeks on everyone.
The monastery...., how easy it is to digress as I want to continuously set the stage for all of you reading along!
What was an "OH, WOW" experience at this monastery was wandering ...
... our trip.
In Xegar, with everything yet again being closed, we luckily managed to find a friendly tea house that was willing to feed us and let us cuddle their cat. Apparently winter isn't the popular season for travel in Tibet, even the locals seem to resort to the habit of hibernation.
Just in case you're wondering, indoor heating even in the form of a fireplace or stove, is not a common feature in the homes or other establishments in Tibet. This ...
... The palace has thirteen floors, towering 117m and dominating the city scape, comprising of over 1,000 rooms, 10,000 shrines and around 200,000 statues. There are two sections to the place the Red and White Palace. The White Palace or Potrang Karpo is the part of the Potala Palace that was the living quarters of the Dalai Lama. The Red Palace or Potrang Marpo is solely for religious study and prayer. The yellow signifies good luck and black is to ward off evil spirits ...