Hello peeps, this is quite photo heavy so why not grab a coffee and settle back whilst catching up with my latest exploits (or click away and come back tomorrow for the WOYWW post which is MUCH shorter!!)-the choice is yours my lovelies.
The scarf is actually doubled over as its nice and wide so it can also be used as a wrap around the shoulders.
The photos don't really do the colours justice, they are so rich and deep.
We knew the day would be difficult so we bought tickets to see the Tashi Lhunpo Buddhist Monks on their Power of Compassion European tour. Their spiritual leader of their monastery and his family were taken from their home in 1995, one of the worlds youngest political prisoners, and to this day their whereabouts remain unknown.
The monks played ancient instruments made from human leg bones and skulls drums. As well as ancient instruments and dances.
Their costumes were fabulous.
It offered an opportunity to experience a mysterious and endangered ancient culture.
They ended the exhibition with a dance by the snow lion, the symbol of tibet. We were right in the centre front row so had a fabulous view of the entire show.
It was a lovely way to spend what was a difficult day and if you are at all interested in foreign cultures and get an opportunity to see the monks I recommend it (I have been lucky enough to see Chinese dragon dances and Japanese tea ceremonies in the past couple of years).
Right, off to catch up on Ripper Street on the TV (I love the series!!).