Tashichho DzongTemple • Thimphu, Bhutan
Wear dress shoes and no hat if you want to visit inside
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I love the veggie options! Very creative and delicious :)
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Decent poutine for this side of the globe. No squeeky cheese curds but decent mozzarella.
Bring warm clothes, this theatre is colder than most Major cineplexes!
If ever in the neighbourhood, be sure to stop by for a chat :)
Choose one fruit and let Mrs Pa decide what to mix it with - she's a pro at making the most delicious combinations!
I'm very happy I found this place! Great food, friendly staff, comfy beds and a great location! I've been told it's best to request rooms further from the bar for noise reasons - otherwise, ENJOY! :)
The servings are quite decent - especially their all inclusive meals with beverages. No need for side orders.
Make sure you finish what you order, or you can be charged extra!!
This is an awesome apartment building! Quiet, and close to all the action! The rates are hard to beat for long term stays, and the staff's incredibly friendly! Just be mindful of the electricity bill!
Bring some eggs, and (though the sign says you shouldn't), you can actually cook the eggs in the upper hot-springs!
The Chicken Salad is incredible.. but be cautious about adding avocado to it - the price increases 50%!!
The Chicken Curry is fabulous with a perfect amount of heat. Just watch out for the collection of chicken bone shards at the bottom of your dish!
The hot ginger, lemon and honey tea is incredible - especially if trying to battle a soar throat during the smoggy months of Feb-Mar!
When visiting the foundation, breathe in every moment. It's not often one gets to experience something so real, where an organization & a culture symbiotically co-exist. The Akha are incredible people