Holiday Greetings from Namgial
Dear Tracy and All ,
Greetings fromDelhi ! I hope this finds you in good spirits, And that
the year has gone well for you. I wish you a merry Christmas and a
very happy New Year. May the coming year bring peace and prosperity
I am back in Delhi after traveling a bit in Nepal, Bhutan and Sikkim,
for a month weeks. Bhutan is a beautiful small kingdom of only seven
hundred thousand people. It is a country with many forests, deep
valleys, and high mountains peaks. It has good water resources, which
are sold to India for electricity. The people produce red rice, fruits
and quality handicrafts. It is mandatory for the Bhutanese to wear
their traditional dress --gho for men and kera for women -- when
entering official buildings and monasteries. People seem religious,
very calm, and 80% eat Pan betel nuts,which turn their mouthes very
red but make them calm inside. The
traditional architecture is strictly maintained, so that almost all
the houses are painted on the outside, and with a great many wood
I hope you will visit Bhutan someday. It is a bit expensive, as the
government charges each tourist a fee, but worth it for three or four
days, or to combine with Nepal or Sikkim. The Bhutanese National
carrier flies from Delhi, Kathmandu and Bangkok four times a week.
I am happy to say that Yama Adventures will have small tours in Bhutan
and Nepal in the near future deal on affordable price.
So this is all for now! Please stay in touch, and I hope to see you in
again someday, I miss you all wishing you luck and happiness in your
life. it was so nice to meet you all in Ladakh and then Delhi.
please stay in touch and i love to hear news of your well being.
if you ever plan to come back to Asia do not forget to knock .
With warmest wishes