Despite, many articles encouraging us to catch the train to Lhasa, to acclimatise along the way for our Tibet tour experienced and long time visitors to Tibet, insisted flying would be less taxing on our bodies, therefore making us less susceptible to altitude sickness. In what is probably one of the most poignant moments of our journey, when we enter one of the oldest and most sacred rooms in the palace, we are overwhelmed and humbled when a monk spies our Small Person amongst the hoards of tourists and comes over to bestow on her a yellow, silk prayer scarf.
- Tibet is a place, tucked high up on the northern side of the Himalayas shrouded in mystery.
- Few people I know have travelled to Tibet and few are familiar with its rocky, rugged mountain-scape, vibrant city landmarks and peaceful and relaxed culture.
- The journey for us, was an incredible, once in a lifetime experience at the place they call “The rooftop of the world.”
“Few people I know have travelled to Tibet and few are familiar with its rocky, rugged mountain-scape, vibrant city landmarks and peaceful and relaxed culture.”
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