This trip bhutan will always be cherished & would love to come back again & again

This trip bhutan will always be cherished & would love to come back again & again.. Kudos to Bhutan & its eminent King!!

I am Savitha Gowda from Bangalore,India. I was traveling in Bhutan as tourist from 19th feb to 25th feb 2011. It was indeed an amazing experience, while coming down Tigers nest i slipped and fractured my ankle,immediately 3 boys came to me and asked if i was OK,they saw my ankle swelling …and made a bandage from my dupatta to protect from more harm. They held me either side and literally took all my weight upon themselves strategising all the way to take the best path,successfully brought me down that steep mountain.once down they didn’t desert me, they came all the way to paro hospital with me.
I was embarrassed for troubling them so i apologized, they humbly replied “you are our guest it is our duty to help”.It was like God sent these 3 angels to help. Tenzin gyeltshen,Sonan wangchuk & Tshenten studying 10th & 12th at Drugyel HSS showed me that human values are in abundance at Bhutan.
It is very rare that people help strangers these days & here in Bhutan children exhibit such responsibility, humanity & Kindness is highly appreciable….This trip bhutan will always be cherished & would love to come back again & again..
Kudos to Bhutan & its eminent King!!
Regards
SavithaGowda

SavithaGowda

Discovering the kingdom of Bhutan is quite an experience 

The country is unique : for example, watching the Himalayan chains end enjoying a temperature of some 20°C. First of all we appreciated the kindness of the local people, whether they live in towns or in the mountains

Discovering the kingdom of Bhutan is quite an experience. The country is unique : for example, watching the Himalayan chains end enjoying a temperature of some 20°C. First of all we appreciated the kindness of the local people, whether they live in towns or in the mountains. Our guide dedicated all his time to us and submitted all answers related to his country, its culture and geography. Vernacular Bhuddist monks always paid attention to our interest and accepted our questioning. How surprising it is to travel from a low plain to high mountains, experiencing quite different altitudes within short distances. Subtropical forests are also surprising.Hotels are usually very nice, living in private houses let us have rich discussions.We were moved by the dance festivals in temples. The respectful attitudes of the local spectators impressed us. Thank you to all, Bhutanese citizens. We wish you the best successes in the future

Jean-Jacques MARCHAND
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