On the way to Chimee Lakhang

Ah! A few words of note:
First, the temple is almost a dot in the way back. Like all temples ("lakhang" means temple), it has a golden roof. You can see it at the edge of the rice fields, about in the centre of the picture. We get to walk there, and it’s very pleasant, especially as we get to go through the villages of Sopsokha and Yoakha.
Second, the temple itself is one of the most beloved by the Bhutanese. It is also a symbol of fertility, and has bestowed many children on pious couples who have come to pay their respects. Chimee Lakhang (a strange name, really, as it means "no dogs") was founded in 1499 by lama Drukpa Kinley, a very famous maverick monk.