This time I let my pictures tell much of the story.
|Clouds envelope mountains over Dawakha (Paro)|
|Magnolia blooms in Athang Rukha.|
|The dreadful Thrumshingla (actually Phrumshingla) divides the Eastern Bhutan|
with Central Bhutan.
|The much feared stretch of Namling (Bumthang-Monggar road) actually hosts a|
|Trekking to Kengkhar (lower Monggar). Even the locals fear doing that |
trek because there are no streams or springs for days.
|Minjey (Lhuentse). People wait along the road to see the King. Some are there|
to get a glimpse. Others to appeal for some help or to seek justice they feel they
|Olep woman, Lower Wangdue. Oleps, together with their cousins, |
the Mongpa are believed to be the original inhabitants of Bhutan.
|A simple and heart-felt offering to the People's King. These traditional offerings |
are usually made to VVIPs when they visit rural areas of Bhutan.
|Chorten Kora (Tashi Yangtsi) - a place where a demon was subdued|
|Gomdar (Samdrup Jongkhar) where Nyera Ama river runs through|
|Gomokora (Tashi Yangtse), one of the holiest places in Bhutan|
|Kheng Gongdue (Monggar)|
|Head of Buddha|