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This was not just a tour for adept photographers, it was a dream tour for anyone who has a sense of adventure and curiosity about the world in which we live. Bhutan, one of the last countries to open its doors to tourism, is a remarkable country with a variety of unique experiences to stimulate the artistic mind. I was not the expert photographer here but I did record many memorable moments on my small point and shoot and iPad. Flying monkeys and laughing children were but a few. They are begging me to pick up my paint brush.

    I particularly appreciated the 1car-2 person-2 guide travel arrangements, as we are usually lone travelers. I think it would be a much different trip if even in a mini bus.  Plus I arrived with a broken foot after a year of planning! It slowed me down but not much. I even made it to the top of Tiger's Nest with the help of my patient and knowledgeable guide who filled me in on many of the little known geographic and historic points of Bhutan along the way. Don't get me wrong, it was not an easy trip and if I was to do it again I would certainly be prepared for some long days on the road and be in good physical shape.

    At the end of the day we had comfortable beds, good local meals, and many new friends, Bhutanese and otherwise. Don't miss this opportunity of a lifetime if you want to have a look outside of the tourist box.



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