Uma by COMO, Paro
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After a cosy night in our guest house, we walk up with a surprise seeing the whole valley covered with snow from our window. We put on some warm clothes to hit the road back to Paro. Arriving in Paro we had the opportunity to see the annual festival of Paro with its famous mask ...
Cette dernière journée a été pour moi plutôt reposante. Léo-Paul et Sonam sont allés grimper le Tigeŕs Nest ( le nid du tigre) une montagne sur laquelle est juchée un monastère. Pour ma part je suis resté en ville avec le chauffeur et je me suis promené dans les rues typiques de Paro oû les maisons ont gardé leur cachet traditionnel. Nous sommes allés au champ de tir à l'arc oû tout se fait avec ...
... bustle of Thimphu, farming land surrounding the town and stretching up the valley. Cows meandering across the road, farmers running behind a rotary hoe turning the soil, women carrying huge bags of hay on their back that totally dwarfed them, and from behind a huge bag with little legs.
Above the town the Rinpung Dzong is impressive, towering over the valley and town, in the past protecting it from invaders. It is one of the finest examples of ...
... has the same effect as orally reading the prayers.
This was my first morning in Bhutan, in brilliant sunshine but cold crisp air, we arrived at a small temple in the heart of Thimphu.
Greeted with 'welcome to Bhutan' a long white silk scarf given to us as a gift and placed around our necks, slipping our shoes off we stepped inside the most beautiful and colourful temple. One room, square in shape with pillars, the entire room painted ...
... and we saw some baby deer but you can see deer anywhere. Then, we took some pictures of the capital building from afar as we were not allowed to go in. We also saw the palace where the king and queen of Bhutan live. It was quite small and humble compared to Buckingham Palace and other palaces I've seen in the past. It's kind of nice having your rulers be humble. I asked Numbgay if there was much corruption and he said there was not. I also asked about the ...