Tibet Travel Stories Travel Articles

 
Yak Butter Tea – Tidrum, Tibet
Yak Butter Tea – Tidrum, Tibet home_june17_yak.jpgWhile "hot" and "cold"
The Brad Pitt Effect
One horse towns, feudal economies and mountain sic
Straight into Another World – Tibet
Christopher Wood wondered if Ganden monastery was
Searching for Something #18: The Roof of the World- Tibet
The ubiquitous police presence in Tibet has Tutti glad the cops can't read English, but where they are suspicious, the Tibetans are welcoming.
Searching for Something #19: Seven Days in Tibet – Tibet
Going from Lhasa to Everest has no shortage of interesting monks and monasteries, and Tutti's favorite: the 10,000 images of the Gyantse Kumbum.
Vultures and Voyeurs: A Tibetan Sky Burial – Tibet
Kelly Sobczak's tale contains one dead guy, two me
Paul Kan’s Asia Journal #17: July 5-17, Nepal & Tibet, Part I – Nepal and Tibet
Paul Kan’s Asia Journal #17: July 5-17, Nepal & Tibet, Part I – Nepal and Tibet Arriving shortly after the royal family massacre, it's only after passing an effigy that Paul feels a sense of danger.
Paul Kan’s Asia Journal #19: July 5-17, Nepal & Tibet, Part III – Nepal and Tibet
Paul Kan’s Asia Journal #19: July 5-17, Nepal & Tibet, Part III – Nepal and Tibet The most interesting monasteries are outside Lhasa, just beware the yak butter.
Paul Kan’s Asia Journal #18: July 5-17, Nepal & Tibet, Part II – Nepal and Tibet
Paul Kan’s Asia Journal #18: July 5-17, Nepal & Tibet, Part II – Nepal and Tibet The monastery seems to have given way to the marketplace, even around the mighty Potala.
Evening Prayers in Lhasa
Observing the evening ritual of the monks in Jokha