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High in the Himalayas, Tibet is the roof of the world. It is a traditional Buddhist culture, full of magic and wonder. The capital city is Lhasa, "Abode of the gods". It is a melting pot of wild nomads, smiling locals, migrating Chinese and adventurous Nepalese trekkers. Off the beaten track Tibet is still in a medieval time warp, with yak butter candles and juniper incense wafting out of ancient monasteries. It's blue skies and vastness will remain with you forever.
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When traveling to Tibet keep in mind that the country is occupied by the Chinese people and they forbid everything what has to do with the Dalai Lama. It is forbidding to bring pictures into the country and books are carefully checked. If they find a picture in a book, you are certain to loose that book ... it is better to use guidebooks without pictures!
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Phuntsok Khasang International Youth Hostel - Exellent view to Potala palace, 3 minutes waking to johkang square!
Don't take the dormitory, dormitories are too cold and the showers are pretty bad, take a private room decorate in Japanese style very comfortable and not expensive.
With a panoramic restaurant, fantastically decorated in Tibetan style and amazing view to Potala Palace they serve you delicious Tibetan food, there are 6 Pc's with fast internet and Tibetan chill out music all day long. This is the place to be if you are stuck at the hostel on the cold  nights.

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Drink some tea with the nuns at the Ani Sangkhung nunnery in the Tibetan area of Lhasa. It's a bit difficult to find as there are now (readable) signs on the outside, but the nunnery is located in one of the small streets in the southeast of the Barkhor area, near the mosque.
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