The road to Trashi Yangtse is narrow but quite beautiful, passing through pine forests, streams and waterfalls–not to mention little water-turned prayer wheels.
When you reach the town proper, you pass by the Chorten Kora
and then the valley opens out, giving the town a sense of spaciousness.
We tried to stay at the Dzong guesthouse, but it was full up. We asked the manager of the guesthouse for a recommendation, and he suggested the Choki Guesthouse. It took a little extra driving around and asking, but we finally found our way there. The decoration was lovely, and the food was delicious.
The bed was big, even by American standards! Plenty of room for 3!
We were so grateful to find a place to lay our heads, in anticipation of a busy day of work the next day.