Tibet, what can I find in you?
Heart of tibet. In & out & stay for many days.
A cozy hotel ... a cheap hotel rather. He he.
A travel router makes internet access wireless. Yes, with internet access, I can stay forever.
Pudala from many angles.
Pudala is Dala Lama's palace. With unified religion and political power, he was the king of Tibet.
Here, I don't see much teachings of Buddha, I see power and superstition.
Here, visual effect come much stronger than metal impact.
Pudala is no temple. It's the house of the ruler of Tibet.
Butter for butter tea. In Tiebt, it sells much quicker then coke.
Circling Pudala - it's a habbit for believers circle religious things. Temples, mountains, lakes, Ma Ni stone piles ... you name it.
They believe the more they circle, the more "work" they would complete, and the closer to becoming a Buddha.
Afternoon of Ba Guo Street.
Tibetan living areas behind Ba Guo Street.
Ba Xue Lang
Very yummy potato and yak meat.