Uma by COMO, Paro
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Truck drivers appear to be in their early 20's. But thankfully everything happens with lots of patient and tolerance. I would hate to think about what would happen if this took place in some other parts of world...?! We have visited a number of monasteries, each one more interesting than the previous. Our guide has been consistently teaching us about what all the paintings, sculptures and statues represent going right back ...
... a part of cereals, flour, and various types of rice and rice products. We then walked to Changlimithang Stadium, the National Stadium, where we stopped to watch some soccer. There was an adult game playing on the large pitch and some school teams 12-14 year olds playing on the other. The one school seemed to bring half the school as a cheering squad. Being Saturday afternoon and the students having been to school in the morning, they were all ...
... The landscape was very scenic with an emerald green Paro chu (Paro river) flowing below, and purple and blue wild flowers growing along the roadside. We also saw a lone monastery along the way.
There was a road block due to a landslide and our taxi came to a halt. It was cleared in around 15 minutes and we continued on our way. We were told that the clearing crews were very efficient in clearing these kind of debris quickly.
... 3’150 in only a few hours…. We realized it would take us some time to adapt before trekking…
We then had a very simple buffet lunch at Dochula and paid for our drinks in Nu. It cost us 500 Nu for 2 beers and 2 soft drinks. 100 Nu = 2frs.-
We descended from the pass and observed dramatic changes in vegetation. At the lower elevations, cacti, banana plants, poinsettias, and other ...
... one and its people have a strict code to follow. Any children born out of wedlock are not granted Bhutanese citizenship, homosexual relations are forbidden and smoking is prohibited. Those who wish to smoke in the country are heavily taxed for it. Tuesdays are 'dry' days, no alcohol consumption allowed. Traditional dress must be worn by all people at work, in certain temples and holy or official places. No killing of animals is permitted in ...