The first thing I realized as soon as I stepped into Bhutan is that I completely misjudged the place based on the pictures I had seen on the net. I thought its just a lot of small towns with a river passing by and a monastery beside that so 5 days is more than enough and I could not be more wrong. Bhutan is a place like no other, I am not saying it’s the most scenic place I have ever been to but it is definitely the most beautiful. As per rule the houses have to be designed in a similar way, everyone who is a government employee (which is 90% of the population) has to be dressed in the traditional attire, no honking and there are no traffic signals. That in itself makes this country so different but the whole concept of gross national happiness is so unique. I found the concept weird initially but the happiness of people in this small kingdom is genuine and contagious, it the eighth happiest country in the world. The people of Bhutan are the friendliest and nicest people I have ever met. Take time out experience Bhutan, its one of those places that you go as a traveler not a tourist and feel like making it your home.