Paro Taktsang: Remember the setting for Bruce Wayne’s ninja training in Batman Begins? Well.. yes! This is where a young Bruce turns into our favourite superhero! There is a lot I would like to share about this place. More on this can be found here.To Eat:Champaca Cafe: Located in the heart of the town, this place offered us some delicious pasta and cold shakes. The cafe provides the perfect ambience for writing at the end of a long day.Brioche Cafe: The chocolate pastries served here are to kill for!Take Away Cafe: This place deserves a special mention as it happens to be the only place where we went back for a second meal. The chowmein served here is great. But a must-try would be the mouth-watering beef momos.To Stay:Hotel K K: Extremely polite and friendly staff.. clean and spacious rooms.. the luxury of home-cooked meals. Yes, if one is looking for a budget hotel in the heart of the city, I would highly recommend this. The bathtub in my room was the icing on the cake! A special thanks to the owner Kinley, who was kind enough to help me carry my backpack upto the room.
I don’t know what it was. The cold, misty weather.. the delight of seeing cars stopping without a whimper just to let a pedestrian cross the road.. mystifying penises (Phallus) on the walls.. the small rustic towns.. or the extremely simple and unassuming people here.. Towards the end of the sojourn, I knew there was something about this place that I would soon be coming back for!
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This trip was originally published on 'Medium'.