The everyday life in Bhutan – off the tourist paths

Date: Oktober 01,  2014
Author: Bjoern
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Categories: Bhutan

Gemuesemarkt Bhutan

On this day, several things were scheduled. So we went on the way across the Thimphu Valley to a giant Bhudda statue situated on a hill. The 30 meter high statue was made entirely of bronze and has a huge diamond jewel between its.

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The Tiger’s Nest – a hike to the most popular monastery in Bhutan

Date: September 30,  2014
Author: Bjoern
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Categories: Bhutan

Tigers Nest Bhutan

Today we visited the Taktshang monastery, which means “Tiger’s Nest” and it’s most likely best known this name. We started our ascent not far from Paro. Located at 3,000 meters the monastery was built in the 17th century and burned down unfortunately more than once since then. Recently 1998. Fortunately,.

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Bhutan – happiness is a place

Date: September 30,  2014
Author: Bjoern
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Categories: Bhutan

Gebetsmuehlen Paro

Since yesterday morning we are in the country of happiness - Bhutan. Purely the journey to come to Bhutan was a highlight. With the government-owned airline Drukair, we flew from Kathmandu to Bhutan and were already lucky at the check-in. We got seats on the left side of.

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Gili Meno – rest and relaxation

Date: September 22,  2014
Author: Bjoern
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Categories: Indonesia

Gili Meno Shakes

We walked enough. From now on we will only relax on Gili Meno. After our Rinjani volcano tour we drove to the port of Bangsal to ferry across to Gili Meno.We were lucky and were able to do it with a family on the island, as on the public ferry,.

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3-day Mount Rinjani trek

Date: September 20,  2014
Author: Bjoern
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Categories: Indonesia

Rinjani overview

The day before our trekking tour on the volcano Rinjani we took the public ferry from Bali to Lombok.The trip was quite pleasant and after 4.5 hours we reached port Lembar where we have been picked up after a short time. The drive to our hotel, which was near.

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East-Bali: Sightseeing around Candidasa

Date: September 16,  2014
Author: Bjoern
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Categories: Indonesia

Ost Bali

Since we are travelling with the ferry from Padangbai on Bali to Lombok in 3 days for our volcano ascents, we decided to spend the last days in Bali.

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The ricefields of Sidemen

Date: September 15,  2014
Author: Bjoern
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Categories: Indonesia

Sidemen Reisfeld Trekking

To do something else than sleeping in, relaxing and lying by the pool, we decided to spend the second day with a trek through the rice fields of Sidemen. We walked with a 19-year-old local.

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Full moon ceremony and „poop-coffee“

Date: September 10,  2014
Author: Bjoern
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Categories: Indonesia

Holy Spring Bali

After we were lying too long in bed this morning (we are on holiday :)) the yoga unfortunately did not work out, so the plans for the day were a.

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Temples, ricefields and waterfalls – one day around Ubud

Date: September 09,  2014
Author: Lena
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Categories: Indonesia

Frauen Reis Feld

Yesterday we had to get up early. As the owner of our villa has recommended that we start before 8 o clock on a day trip through the countryside of Ubud to see the temples and sights without many other tourists, we followed his advice.

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Arrival on Bali and a forest full of monkeys in Ubud

Date: September 07,  2014
Author: Bjoern
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Categories: Indonesia

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30 hours took our journey to Indonesia. First with the train to the airport and then 6 hours to Doha (Qatar), where we had firstonce 8 hours stay..

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