48 hours in Phobjikha valley – Part II

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Its been a while since I posted an update on the trek in Phobjikha, in between the Phobjikha Valley trek, came my traveling jacket.

Coming back to the second part in the series of Phobjikha valley in Bhutan, we trekked through the valley, up the hills, down the crevices, through water streams and dense forests of the bowl-shaped glacial valley.

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Rooms with a view

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Not that tricky!

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and Boo-Boo followed us

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Postcard from Phobjikha

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Watching over

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The only way is always through

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Drizzle and that dirt track becomes a slush

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Some inspiration for chandelier

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Imagine walking into a whimsical enchanted web decorated with sparkling dew. I did.

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Gangtey trail

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Out of the forest into the Gangtey village 

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Most likely the inhabitants of the Gangtey village

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Prayer stupas

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Sun kissed

Someone found a hearty meal

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A wise decision to be surrounded by deep roots 

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Out from one and into another

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Our very own Hatchiko for 48 hours

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Head held high

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Such fluffiness

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Royal Highness

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Dwell in wood

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Floating

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Blue umbrella

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and the man

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A home like this

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and a view like this

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But thoughts, the fields to see and prize

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The bliss in which they live

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Visitor in the valley

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Path of exile

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Ideally isolated

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Golden fields

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The rivers, meadows, woods, and springs..

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Golf, anyone?

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Sweet was the walk

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We walked for miles on the floor of the valley, there are so many pictures that keep the memories so fresh, I will end the pictures from the valley with a three-part series. The next post on Phobjikha will end this series. 

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Anu Sandhu Bhamra
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Incredible snapshots!

Renuka Walter
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Lovely photos! Phobjikha valley looks like a charming place.