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July 23, 2010

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Amazing photos Tagong. The country looks magical.

Nickie

Tagong is a place I'd really like to go back to, I spent a couple of days there just when the monks were rehearsing dances for a festival. Does that Australian girl still live there? her and her Tibetan boyfriend had started up a small museum and restaurant, they made some very good momos and peu tcha!!
Nickie

Joseph Bailey

Thanks. Enjoy reading your notes and seeing your images. I was at Tagong a few years ago... good memories. Do you carry a GPS with you? I wanted to post some of my photos on Google Earth and wanted more specific locations for places like Katok Monastery and Yachen Gar. Some of my photos at: odsel.smugmug.com

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