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Paro bhutan, satsam chorten, Paro, Bhutan
I visited Bhutan in the Spring of 2010, and had the opportunity to climb the mountain trail to Tiger's Nest. Tiger's Nest is a Buddhist sacred site and temple complex, located on a cliff 900 meters above the Paro Valley. To get to this popular...
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Southern Asia
For a one-night trek, climb to the Thousand Fairies Camp, 12,467 feet above the town of Paro. The next morning, descend to Tiger’s Nest, a 17th-century monastery built into the side of a cliff. The guru Rinpoche, who brought Buddhism to Bhutan,...
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After hiking for six hours in a remote area of Bhutan, I was dragging. When this elderly woman in rubber boots charged past me and speedwalked up the rocky hill, I took the challenge and forged ahead. I never did catch up to her.
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Ura, Bhutan
Amongst the patchwork of fields a long string of maroon robed figures wended its way towards us over stiles, along rickety wooden fence lines and across streams on stone slab bridges. The aged high lama and his retinue were conveying an ancient...
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Punakha, Bhutan
In Bhutan, acts of faith emerge around every corner. This Buddhist monk felt called to walk and prostrate along 160 miles of winding road from Paro to Panukha and beyond. He prostrated 12 hours a day for 30 days. We gave him water. He gave us an...