Spending nearly two days on the train doesn’t sound fun at all for some people. Nevertheless, going to Lhasa (Tibet) from Chongqing (China), as we are
We all think some places are just ‘dangerous’, here are a couple you might just be wrong about which are actually safe, and a few you that are not.
We decided to look into different meals served around the world in the morning and we asked certain travel bloggers to share their breakfast experience with us and we came up with 15 different breakfasts from around the World.
I was nominated by Arianwen Morris (check out her stunning photos of Columbia at http://beyondblighty.com/capture-the-color-colombia/) to take part in Travelsupermarket.com‘s competition called Capture the Color. First of
After our epic, nearly impossible, Tibet tour we received few e-mails with some questions regarding transportation, money, weather, customs and travel permit in Lhasa. We
Reflections on what I have learned about Tibetan religion and architecture during a spiritual journey to Tibet.
I tried a lot of Tibetan food, including main dishes, snacks, confectioneries and drinks. Here is my list of top 10 food and drinks Tibet has to offer!
Weather during my stay in Lhasa I visited Lhasa at the beginning of June and the weather was, in fact, beautiful. The climate was not
I was traveling in Lhasa from June 4th till June 12th 2012 but I really wanted to make my stay longer. Unfortunately, it was impossible
By going to Tibet by train you can admire the beautiful and extraordinary scenery which will simply make your day and take your breath away.
Tibetan people are very religious and you can easily guess it by the way they express it. They pray everywhere and all day long (loudly
It was a long ride, indeed- 46 hours on the train to get from Chongqing North train station (China) to Lhasa train station (Tibet). I