Visual Bhutan Part 2 (Phuentsholing):
As to most of you who know I was back home for a very short stint. I did not have a lot of time to go places and take pictures that I wanted to take. But this is one of the small town that I grew up (kinda / sorta). This is Phuentsholing / Phuntsholing (the spelling keeps changing every two decades or so). Not to many people stops by this town to pay any attention, it’s one of those towns that people pass through. And yet a lot if not all the economy / commerce passes through this town. I got to spend one of these mornings very early walking thru with no traffic. Not that there is any traffic in comparison to ‘normal’ traffic one might expect. Everything has practically remained the same, untouched. A few constructions has popped up here and there a few new traffic rules. But the rest of the town was just as I had remembered it. Cool mist from the mountains flowing down in to Phuentsholing. Both ways before I get any more descriptive in to my descriptions here are a few more images I got to work on.
And yes, still trying to get rid of the jet lag and laziness will have a Picasa album up soon.