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... 3390 m high and on for another road adventure. Tracking back the same way we again hit a block, same place, same bog. With some amazing manoeuvring by the road machinery the bogged truck free after about 45 minutes. Coming up the hill towards us don't know how he managed to squeeze around the corner and past all the cars, passing us it was so tight and his load on such an angle I was sure he was going to tip over the side and couldn't look. The rest of the trip ...
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 ...
... It broke the ice though and the massage was incredibly good leaving me feeling much healed.
A young guy called Yintin, picked us up from the hotel, he drove like a loon!! His vehicle had no seat belts and I cowered behind my hands as we bounced along the dusty and stony mountain roads then through the festival crowd (at what seemed an even faster speed) narrowly missing dogs, road workers and pedestrians. It was like being in some arcade game, never quite knowing where the ...
... is decorated with paintings.
Then it was back into town to visit a few of the handicraft shops.
On our way back to the hotel we stopped at the Yoser Lham shop to buy some cheese. This is part of Bhutan's famous Swiss Farm, a project that was established by Fritz Maurer, one of the first Swiss to work in Bhutan. The project introduced cheese making, brewing, farming machinery and fuel efficient wood stoves to the ...
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