The Life of Tibetan Nomads
Before I tell you about this series, I’m sorry for the long inactivity of the photoblog. Forgive me if never again reply to a comment or see your blogs. Perhaps because of busyness and other things that make me to stop a while, but now I’m back to tell of my journey.
In this photoblog series, a continuation of my traveling to Tibet. Telling the life of Tibetan nomads are very interesting, they lived in tents which are at an altitude of about 4200 m, with extreme temperatures up to 5° Celsius. Sleeping and cooking in the tent is interesting, they do not have toilets but use outdoors. Routines are performed every day are the Yaks and Sheep, every morning they take the milk Yaks from 5 am until 10 am, is fantastic because for 5 hours each day they do the job. Milk produced from the Yaks will be made into food or cheese, then they sell it. They use horses as transportation, has a very fierce guard dogs. Tibetan nomads scattered all have their respective borders and are usually marked by a fence. During one night me and my friends stayed in one of the Tibetan nomad tents, they are very nice and polite. The husband and wife named Shihdurcap and Namso has been handed down from family to Tibetan Nomad, living in tents and livestock. Taksi Deleeeek ….. ^_^
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