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  • Bhutan's Natural EnvironmentIn our informative ongoing orientation, the seven Japanese volunteers and myself received a great overview on the natural environment of Bhutan. Bhutan is a very beautful and rugged country. There are three general eco-zones including subtropical in the s Posted by mgivel in Bhutan Diary | Jul 2, 2009
  • Getting to Know Bhutan and ThimphuThe seven Japanese volunteers and myself are receiving an intensive orientation of Bhutanese customs, history, cuisine, dress, arts and culture, and politics. The Japanese volunteers are all in their 20s and have professional backgrounds in engineering, e Posted by mgivel in Bhutan Diary | Jun 30, 2009
  • Thimphu, BhutanWell, on Sunday June 28th, I flew into Paro International Airport on DrukAir. The flight was very smooth. I was able to get a left window seat and a good view of some of the world's highest mountain peaks. Posted by mgivel in Bhutan Diary | Jun 29, 2009
  • Some Media Coverage and Leaving for BhutanThere has been some recent media coverage of our trip to Bhutan by Oklahoma media outlets. One really good story appeared in the University of Oklahoma student paper on June 15, 2009--the Oklahoma Daily: [url= Posted by mgivel in Bhutan Diary | Jun 21, 2009
  • More On What I Will be Doing in BhutanFrom July to December 2009, the Royal Institute of Management in Thimphu, Bhutan will be hosting me as the first American Fulbright scholar to the country of Bhutan. In 1990, the Royal Institute of Management was granted a Royal Charter. Posted by mgivel in Bhutan Diary | Jun 15, 2009
  • Literature and FilmAs you might imagine, once we learned we were indeed going to Bhutan, we wanted to learn everything we could about Bhutan and its religion and culture. Smithsonian Magazine had a recent feature about Bhutan, [url= Posted by rsherry in Bhutan Diary | Jun 14, 2009
  • Festival in BhutanThe early history of Bhutan abounds with narratives of the great deeds of buddhist masters. These stories often defy logic and modern interpretation but such was their sway over our pool of beliefs and customs that they became the very Posted by pwangchu in Bhutan, the last Shangri-la | Aug 5, 2008
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  • Preparing for BhutanWell, there it is - a half meter stack of new gear for a relatively simple trekking trip. Or so they say. Scary. Posted by Distant in The Ends of the World | Oct 14, 2007
  • Welcome to the Kingdom of BhutanThe Kingdom of Bhutan is also known as Druk Yul, the Land of Thunder Dragon. Bhutan is endowed with rich treasures of untouched natural landscape comprising of towering peaks, beautiful valleys, r Posted by B-bluesky in Welcome to the Kingdom of Bhutan | Oct 27, 2006

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