The Road IN Bhutan 20


We have left Gangtey Valley and have started our five hour drive through the curvy mountain roads heading to Bumthang. We passed some Yak who had babies a few weeks ago, very sweet.
We made a stop at the largest Dzong in the country, Drongda, it dates from early 17th century. We met a monk here who had actually spent three months in Honolulu painting in the temple there. He also learned to surf in Waikiki, we called him the surfing monk. We gave him a copy of Edible Hawaiian Islands, he said it would help him with his English. He was kind enough to show us around the dzong.

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