The everyday life in Bhutan – off the tourist paths

Date: Oktober 01,  2014
Author: Bjoern
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Categories: 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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The unloved packing

Date: September 03,  2014
Author: Lena
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Categories: Bhutan, Indonesia

Packen Indonesien

It's time again! The suitcases, or rather the backpacks need to be packed. Definitely one of the not-so-nice things about traveling. Since we are in two climate zones this.

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Thousand islands and a bit of happiness – Indonesia and Bhutan

Date: Juni 29,  2014
Author: Bjoern
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Categories: Bhutan, Indonesia

Bhutan and Indonesia

Finally. After our trip across South America early last year a bit longer journey is on the program. In September we will travel a month to Indonesia and Bhutan.

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