After a week of fresh oxygen and mesmerising views, it was time to bid adieu to the world's happiness country. There was a sense of satisfaction of having enjoyed our time in the best possible way. There was also a feeling of happiness of going back home. No matter wherever you go, you will always long to come back home. And this was that feeling. No matter how chaotic, nothing is dearer than India and we were finally returning home.
Things to remember before planning a trip to Bhutan:
1. Always pre book your accomodation for the permit.
2. You need your passport or voter ID card for visiting Bhutan. They don't accept your Aadhar card.
3. Bhutan is expensive in terms of food and other commodities of daily use. The major reason being they source everything from India including petroleum. But strangely enough, the fuel prices are lower in Bhutan by almost 10-12rs.
4. 1 Indian Rupee=1 Nugultrum(Bhutanese currency)
5. Indian currency is widely accepted in Bhutan almost everywhere. They do understand and speak Hindi as well.
6. Indian restaurants and Indian food is widely available. But most restaurants serve alcohol.
7. Buy your souvenirs from Jaigaon if you wish to cause they are available at dirt cheap prices compared to Bhutan.
P.s.. I spent a total of 70k for the entire trip starting from Kolkata including all the shopping for a family of four. That's a steal deal I believe.
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