Hotel Druk Phuentsholing
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... we were ready for a 4.5 hours drive.
The drive was through beautiful scenic landscapes, the tea gardens enroute were enchanting. Fortunately the road was well tarred which helped the driver breeze through the distance at daring speeds of no less than 80km/hr.
We reached Phuentsholing at around 8pm. The West Bengal border and Bhutan are separated by a gateway and ...
... flight (instead of 9 hours drive) Arriving to Bhumtang the pilot decided to turn back to Paro because there were too many clouds to land. So here we are back in Paro airport without any hotel for the night. Finally our travel agent decided to drive us to the capital Thimpu for the ...
... the documents, get convinced about the purpose of travel, take fresh photos (through their computer) and fingerprints, print the permit letter, put their signature and seal and give us. We felt our case was cleared early. Many people who came before us were still waiting because of problems in their document. Just for information, Indian nationals can just walk in to the Phuentsholing town of ...
... below, then have traffic in two directions, both cars and trucks, then add extra issues, like cattle and dogs wandering around, landslides, from the cliff above and below, areas that sink, and shooting stones (our falling rocks).
On the way there we had rain, torrential rain for the last hour, and on the way back there was fog as we drove out of Phuntsholing.
Not for the faint of heart. I almost got ...
... the passport stamp. Even though the website said my visa would cost 20 dollars, it ended up costing 40 like the UK ones. Not a huge problem, but I was just annoyed that it was not what the website stated.
We came back to the hotel. Dinner was supposed to be at 7 but now it was past 7:30 pm, so it was postponed to 8 pm. We had a lovely buffet after going to the bar to wait. Suzanne bought a bottle of Bhutanese wine and shared it ...