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There is only one road that traverses Bhutan from east to west. Therefore, we had to back track today the way we came a few days ago. The drive again was 6.5 hours not including lunch and bathroom stops. The drive had beautiful scenery as it was sunny and clear most of the way. At one point we ran into a tiny bit of snow on the side of the ride. Considering that it wasn't there two days ago ...
... in their living rooms.The last stop was another Fort equally as impressive as the last. Situated at the point where the Pho Chu (male) and Mo Chu (female) rivers unite and surrounded by Jacarandas in full bloom it made quite a statement. The temple inside one of the most interesting I have ever wandered through.... probably because I received more information on Buddha including an interpretation of past and future Buddha's. Apparently it isn't that ...
... to appear at the open window (no curtain) and I'd be caught literally with my trousers down! When I came out, the choir was making it's way across camp towards me, all grinning broadly. One boy was carrying a large silver trophy with a sticky label on it reading 'girl's football'. When they stopped I clapped and Mr. K came and joined me. The teachers appeared and we asked each other questions, their English was incredible! They guessed which part ...
Woke-up at 5am needing to visit the loo tent only to find we had a fresh falling of snow during the night. The tent was icy and boots freezing as have been leaving them in the 'porch'. Wondered if we had been lucky getting over the pass yesterday. Apparently we were extremely lucky as we could've been stuck between two passes… PHEW!
We knew the day was to be longer than originally planned due to a campsite change so was mentally geared up for ...
... hikers too walking together with us. As the altitude gets higher, the air gets thinner. The pain starts to kick in after the first hour of hiking, the difficulties in breathing because of the high altitude made it worst. The worst part is that whenever I take a deep long breath, the smell of the ponies’ ***** gets into you. My only companion PP Datuk Lee keep telling me to go on as the destination is getting nearer, but after what it seems like hours, I ...
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