Udee Guest House
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... more evenly distributed to the farmers. It was interesting to hear about what life was like in the rural villages and this family's dedication to helping to preserve history. We were joined as well by a Swiss veterinarian who was last in Bhutan in the 1960's to help identify what was making a group of Yak's sick at the time. Needless to say, he has seen a lot of changes in the country since then.
... and showed us the path onward, would not have found it without her. A couple of dogs joined us for the rest of the walk, and very cleverly also showed us the correct way when we couldn't find the way into the Lakhang itself. We had gone the right path but when confronted by a few scary barking dogs retreated to another path, our dog guides wouldn't follow and stayed there barking at us to follow them. The farming men that then ...
A few specks of rain as we climbed upwards twisting and winding its way on the narrow old main road. I can see why they built a new 32.5 km by pass cutting out both Jakar and Ura.
Pass by the sheep rearing farm which ...
... the next round.
Hopefully we will see more tomorrow as this is a two day competition.
Other places to stay in Bumthang
Jakar Village, Bumthang | Hotelfrom $70