Tiger'S Nest Resort
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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 …
... for not listening to the cacophony of interjections and talking over each other in endeavouring to glean what was going on at home. Fortunately I am a man of "patience" (should have been a doctor perhaps ?) Recovery from this rather unsavoury set of experiences was undertaken during a rather sumptuous dinner. We were looking forward to tomorrow. A little bit of "mounting" is in store for us. Turn the page to find out what this means in ...
Day 13: We chilled in the morning and checked out of our hotel and headed to the market to pick up some more masks and bags from local artisans. We then went for lunch at the Cloud “Berger Resturant” we were in heaven we all had cheese burgers
... perspective on her home and the festival. She shared her favorite spots to visit and then moved back to her tent.
After lunch we make a brief stop over at the Buddha Dordenma, a 52 meter bronze with gilded gold statue, for views of Thimphu. Said to be the largest Buddha of this type in the world the complex is still under construction but the Buddha is done and can be seen for miles around. It also makes a fun photo ...
Tall bamboo poles holding prayer flags flapping in the wind, erected to bring happiness, long life, prosperity, luck, merit and protection, faded over time to almost white as the prayers have drifted off on the winds. Walking around the temple clockwise, past large prayer wheels of 2 metres in height, beautifully decorated with intricate painting, prayers, mantras and symbols. Prayer wheels are to be spun clockwise- the direction the mantras are ...