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May 16, 2008

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Dolma

Pictures are elegant. Seems more professional than that of others.

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Martina

What gorgeous pictures. You are very lucky to have gone on a vacation like this.

Losang

In areas like Lhasa, most of the Tibetans speak both Chinese and Tibetan, but in nomadic areas the only language that is understood completely is Tibetan.

Marian C Ghilea

Nice photos. I hope to gather enough time and money to go there in 2 years. Is it expensive? Which language is more useful to know, Tibetan or Chinese for the area?

Marian C Ghilea

Nice photos. I hope to gather enough time and money to go there in 2 years. Is it expensive? Which language is more useful to know, Tibetan or Chinese for the area?

Buddha Statues

I love your blog. These images are amazing and it makes me feel as I would be part of it. Keep it up and thank you for sharing them.

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