Tiger'S Nest Resort
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... Markenfaelschungen – New Balance Schuhe mit Nike Sohlen), Handgewobenes und alles landwirtschaftliche. Wie immer – Wanderung und Besuch des Klosters und der Festung aber dann zum Hoehepunkt – der Besuch der Kaeserei und der Brauerei! Kaese, Bier und Honig - alles Dank eines Schweizers der sich hier vor 30 Jahren eingeheiratet hat. Wir kannten den Kaese und das Weissbier zwar schon aus Thimphu es ist aber toll zu sehen wo alles herkommt und Bier vom Fass ...
... was much easier than up, though it was considerably warmer by mid day when we left.
We next grabbed a quick lunch in downtown Paro before heading to the Bhutan Museum of Art and Natural history. The museum is adjacent to the watchtower above the fort with plans to move the artifacts of the museum into the watchtower after they repair it from damage after an earthquake. The Fort and Watchtower are no longer in use ...
... happy hour for cocktails. Seemed just the thing to kick off a Friday night partying. So we got a phone call from friends to say that the bar was closed as they were setting up for a wedding the next day! A new venue was hastily arranged and we reconvened at another local haunt for a pre dinner drink – choice: beer or whiskey (many varieties available K5 (after 5th King) & Misty Peak). Oh well a beer it was then. Next - dinner and a ...
... speel caused some concerned looks on some. It was just fantastic though and a huge amount of fun, all in one raft with our raft guide Charlie. We at times got soaked with water as we hit the rapids and at times just floated peacefully. Charlie was pretty good on the paddle instructions, left forward, hold, all back etc and was also pretty good at knowing exactly where to make us paddle for maximum water to come over us, only once we nearly tipped over. ...
... just come over is higher than Mt Cook!!! Plus they had another poster of Sydney harbour as well.