Tiger'S Nest Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Have you ever seen beautiful pictures of a white fine gleaming temple hanging in contrast to the rough brown rock on a cliff ? I have never dreamt I would have a chance to visit that sacred place even once . This is the highlight of my Bhutan trip!
Early this morning we take off from Namgay Heritage Hotel in Thimphu and make our way through …
Today we were going to trek up to Taktsang Monastery also known as the Tigers nest built in 1692 Situated at 3120m above sea level and 900m above the Paro valley. We left the hotel and went up to the starting point where we collected our horses. The climb to the top was 600m and would include 800 steps. It was easy going on the horses and as we …
... GDP was - he replied he would rather measure the countries Gross National Happiness. Amazingly he was 17 at the time. GNH has four pillars: good governance, sustainable socio-economic development, cultural preservation, and environmental conservation with nine domains to reflect the holistic range of GNH values. The nine domains are: psychological wellbeing, health, education, time use, cultural diversity and resilience, good governance, ...
... Later, I had a yummy lunch of veggies, red rice, and Bhutan's famous chilly cheese. This is the only Asian country I've been to that eats lots of cheese! First they gave me these potatoes in this white cheese and I told Numbgay that this wasn't the spicy chilly cheese he promised! He came back with a bowl of peppers covered in cheese and it was delicious. Cheesy and spicy goodness! The other local thing that they drink here and in Tibet is the Butter Tea - ...
... of a tigress to control a local demon. After that he stayed there for three months to meditate. Being a national holiday, Blessed Rain Day, the monks were doing additional chanting and prayer in addition to their regular morning and evening ones. I was able to watch it for a few minutes. My guide then took me around the rest of the monastery and explained what various statues and illustrations meant. After doing the 748 stairs ...