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Meet Divyakshi, who has fulfilled a dream called Bhutan
Divyakshi Gupta also known as the Quirky Wanderer is just not a travel blogger. She is a wonderful weaver of words and a master at creating hauntingly beautiful travel images. Don’t believe me! You can check out her blog for her amazing travel stories or enjoy her beautiful photographs on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. This is one really talented lady who has received many accolades for her work. So, when she writes an ode to Bhutan, you know that you are in for a treat. Presenting Bhutan through the eyes of some of my favourite travel bloggers.
The jacarandas and Punakha Dzong of Bhutan
Discover the meditative trek of Tiger’s Nest
Bhutan is a land of infectiously enthusiasm
The warm, hearty Himalayan hospitality of Bhutan
I found it when my heart jumped in joy seeing the patchwork of fields in Paro, stitched together and spread over an infinite expanse, symbolising beauty in simplicity. I found it when I saw the pure and pristine rivers of Bhutan gurgle away in happiness, dancing and flowing merrily. I found it in the piping hot Ema Datshi served with asparagus soup made with warmth and served with love in a Bhutanese homestay by a lady who managed everything along with her one-year-old baby. I found it when I walked in and out of shops in Paro, which lay open, sometimes unattended, with a firm belief that no-one will shoplift or steal. Something that made me so elated that there are places like these in the world where trust isn’t a forgotten world.
All images courtesy – Quirkywanderer.com