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... tea - yes it is real butter in the tea. I am not a fan.
It was pouring rain while we were having lunch, and I noticed a rain chain outside the window, just like outside our window. I took a picture of it, although it had stopped raining by that time.
On our way back to Thimphu, we stopped at the National Food Testing Laboratory. It is in a government complex, with other government laboratories dealing with plants and animals. ...
... young Israeli girls and a delightful woman from Toronto that ended up being my seat mate on the flight that did eventually arrive.
Now we are in Bhutan and it is such a relief! Our travelling companions were on the plane, our luggage arrived safely, we saw the Himalayan peaks jutting above the clouds, and then there was Bella, our tour guide, waiting for us with a sweet smile and BeBe, the driver, stood grinning beside her. All is right in the ...
... thieves or selfish will suffer as a forever hungry ghost in their next lives, those who are cruel to animals will come back as said animal to live as victims of their previous cruelty, and so on and so forth. If you are good you may be rewarded in your next life as a god, Demi god or privileged human being. As you can imagine, the incentive to live a good life as a Buddhist is high.
We then left Paro behind and drove for about one hour to ...
... to punakha. After
breakfast we will drive to punakha which will take 3 hours covering 75
kilometers. We will pass through Dochula pass where you will find 108
stupas named druk wangyel chorten build to mark to victory over the
terrorist at southern part of Bhutan in 2003. We will make round around
the chorten, you can also have chance to see the eastern Himalayas if
the weather favors us. Then we will decend to lamperi where you ...
... people are to wear the traditional Bhutanese clothing. The women’s dress is called a Kira. It is an ankle-lengthdress consisting of a rectangular piece of woven fabric, wrapped and folded around the body which is pinned at both shoulders - usually with a silver brooch. It is bound at the waist with a long belt and worn with a long sleeved blouse or wonju. The mens dress is called a Gho which is a knee length robe tied at the ...