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The Nopkin Gatherings

Almost every weekend, we have a dinner together at one of our houses. This is a picture taken after a sumptuous dinner at meritocean’s house. He stays in Changjiji…he had to shift on some urgent note and he is going to be there for just 3 months again. I’m sure he is on the hunt for a house again.
From Back and Left to Right: Kyangsom, Tenzy, 5457, Luzee, OcOp and Kuenza

Yes, you got it right! This is my husband and I...we were just kinda dreaming of our first date and there our friends were, capturing us in a picture.


eduardo waghorn said…
Hello there!
Sailing in the blogosphere I found your interesting blog.
Bhutan...the magic and remote country...
My dream is going there, and know your wonderfull mountains...Get the peace inside me...Know Thinphu the capital...
By the way, what is your language? I know there speak many I right?
If you want, visit my blogs, you can use my translation on movilwagg, the principal one.
Warm greetings from Chile, Southamerica!!
Keep blogging...
eduardo waghorn said…
Id like to link you from my image's blog, if you dont mind...this could allow me keep nearer your incredible country!!
eduardo waghorn said…
My respects to your husband:)
Kuenza said…
The national language is called Dzongkha. Yes there are many different dialects.

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