Uma by COMO, Paro
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... ecological diversity and resilience, and living standards. These represents the components of wellbeing and the conditions for a good life for Bhutanese people. Can't help but wish Australia took on some of these domains with more conviction.
Yesterday had some fun shopping for our Kira's, which is the traditional dress for women, generally very colurful. The textiles here are amazing and there are many many shops with the most beautiful ...
... and taste like some tea with salty hot butter. It was way too rich for me and I could only manage a few sips. I even added sugar which Numbgay said was a no no. After lunch I took a walk around the city of Paro and took a few snaps. The day was almost over but we headed to Bhutan's oldest temple first where the Queen Mother comes very often. It was very pretty and small and Numbgay and I took our time and even meditated there. Afterwards, the monk told Numbgay I ...
... heading down the mountain, we stopped half way down for lunch. Again the food was excellent. We then completed the rest of the trail and got in the van. As we were driving, we passed a game of darts and stopped to watch for a few minutes. Being a national holiday, playing darts in one of the activities that are done on this day. The Bhutanese version of darts greatly differs from that in Canada. There are two teams. Each ...
... Thank goodness I had this app or a map as there are so many shops and signs, you have to look everywhere to find something. I met with Madhav, my contact at Mosaic Adventures. He got on the phone right away to ask about my luggage. The first people were no help but then someone he talked to China Eastern airlines said that it should be sent today. He was going to call back later in the day to see if he could get anywhere and also suggested ...
... manikins dressed in traditional clothes, and the fabric stores have such beautiful clothing.
And finally the dogs. There are dogs everywhere - mostly asleep on the sidewalks and roads. I have seen them on the tops of low stone walls, on the stone round abouts and even in the roads. Cars just driver around them - so there are a couple of pictures - of dogs.