|Tashi Dhelck Lodge|
||The Tashi Dhelck lodge has only a few beds, but Lamu and Pinso
offer some of the best hospitality in Nepal. They have kept a guest book
for nine years, and in leafing through, one finds that the comments are
We have known Pinso since 1971, when he helped his adoptive father, Gin Gyau take care of the gompa. He has been a great friend over the years, and you can see him in many scenes of the the blockbuster ethnographic film, Himalayan Herders.
Gin Gyau lives with them still, and spends most of his time reading books of Tibetan prayers.
|Sample from the guestbook....|