I visited Bhutan at the end of January for 5 days, which presented some packing challenges. First challenge: It's winter in Bhutan, which means chilly weather. I also went to Bangkok and Luang Prabang after Bhutan, which meant I needed to have warm-weather clothing as well. Second challenge: I . . .
The tiny kingdom of Bhutan is nestled in the Himalayan mountains, sharing a border with India, Nepal and Tibet, home to 800,000 people. The landlocked country is full of historic Buddhist monasteries, fortresses, beautiful mountain landscapes and some of the world's happiest people. As I . . .
When I told my friends and family that I would be visiting Bhutan solo, one of the most common questions was "how did you manage to get a visit?" Many of my fellow Americans believe that travel to Bhutan is restricted and only a certain number of visas are issued a year, which is completely . . .