Bhutan tshechu Paro tzong

Bhutan may forever be blurred with my physical and mental state at the time. It was my first trip after 3 months of recovery and nearly no exercise. But even without forced idleness and low levels of fitness, Bhutan is a very physical destination. Paro is at an altitude of approximately 2,200 meters (7,200 feet). When the plane lands it doesn’t descend much compared to take off. So you have an immediate idea of the altitude. It is a paradise for walkers, cyclists (very fit cyclists) and trekkers. In fact, the hardest hike in the world is in Bhutan. Many temples are

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