Journey to Ki: Highest Monastery in the World



Author S Account Of His Trip To KiJourney to Ki: Highest Monastery in the World

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 48 pages
  • Journey to Ki: Highest Monastery in the World
  • Simon Worrall
  • English
  • 05 February 2017

10 thoughts on “Journey to Ki: Highest Monastery in the World

  1. says:

    Journey to Ki is a travel memoir from the Himalaya by Simon Worrall It starts with these lines I am on my way to the Tibetan Buddhist monastery of Ki At 5.500 metres, it is the highest monastery in the world, and for two days, we have been climbing up the Sutley River valley towards the India Tibet border The closer the travellers get to Ki, thedifficult it is to navigate the road, and thedifficult it is to eke out a living The monastery itself is a fascinating and powerful, b Journey to Ki is a travel memoir from the Himalaya by Simon Worrall It starts with these lines I am on my way to the Tibetan Buddhist monastery of Ki At 5.500 metres, it is the highest monastery in the world, and for two days, we have been climbing up the Sutley River valley towards the India Tibet border The closer the travellers get to Ki, thedifficult it is to navigate the road, and thedifficult it is to eke out a living The monastery itself is a fascinating and powerful, but also a physically demanding place to be no warm water, no electricity, but the mountain wind waiting when you step out of the monastery rooms Altogether, Journey to Ki is an e book in brief novella length that tells both about cultural divides and encounters in the mountains this is part of a longer book review of high altitude reads as part of a global reading challenge,here

  2. says:

    A decent book about a fascinating journey The writing is a little clumsy in places, and I was disappointed to see the story end as abruptly as it did Perhaps the author could have madeof Ki itself Still, a quick and enjoyable read and respect to the author for making the trip to such a far flung part of the world.

  3. says:

    An enjoyable, interesting and mostly insightful description of a mountain journey to the monastery at Ki I would have likeddetail of the landscape travelled through and felt that the book lost a little momentum towards the end.I ll readfrom this author.

  4. says:

    Honestly, I found this boring Interesting in places but overall boring Ending was good though.

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