Bhutan Tour 2017 – Last Days


Shopping. Here is a bit of my stash. 



Thimphu.  A Fantastic place for a great hot chocolate. Like drinking chocolate pudding. The pizza is good –recommended by a reliable source. Try not to miss it when in Thimphu.



Great bookstore in Thimphu. Lots of books in English and books about Bhutan. I’m sorry I didn’t buy a book about the fabulous birds in Bhutan.



Paro. Today was our next to the last day. It’s the place where tourists enter or depart from western Bhutan. It is in this lovely valley. Most of our group is hiking up to the tigers nest tomorrow for the day. Cathy and I are going to hang out in the town and shop and figure out how we will pack our suitcases.



Paro. Our last views of rice fields. We’ve seen rice paddies at all stages on the trip in India and Bhutan. These look like they will be harvested soon. The patterns are so beautiful. There are lots on terraces in the mountains.



The famous Tiger’s Nest monastery where everyone but Cathy and I are spending most of the day hiking up and back. I’m glad not to be going. Hiking all day doesn’t appeal to me even though I know the view at the top will be great. They are leaving the hotel at 7:00. I think we’ll set the alarm for then. We have to leave the hotel at 5:30 am the next day for the airport. The official name of the monastery is Taktsang.



Around the market stalls are the mothers’ children. These posed and mugged for me. First one then the other was ready for the photo. Finally they were in sync. A really nice way to end my reports.

5 thoughts on “Bhutan Tour 2017 – Last Days

  1. Foregoing the all day hike sounds like a wise decision to me. Sounds like you have had a fabulous trip. Can’t wait to hear all about it.
    Our apartment in Windsor was spared by the fire. The pictures of Santa Rosa are devastating.
    Have a nice trip home.
    Diane

  2. Thank you for allowing us to ride on your shirt tails for the last couple of weeks. I enjoyed the virtual adventure.
    Joanne
    La Conchita, CA

  3. What a marvelous tip you have had, Peggy, and it’s been wonderful to share it through your grand posts. A gift to all of us. Have an easy good journey home. Can’t wait to see you. Love, Betty

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