I have been to many places, but never before I fell in love deeply with a country and its people there as much as Bhutan.
I remember the first moment I stepped on the land of Bhutan, I could feel the freshness covering me all the way from the Himalayas. I was surprised that such a place like this is still existing in this crazy chaotic world. I fell in love with everything I had seen: the air, the houses, the mountains, the national outfits, the no-smoking signs everywhere, the wild brown-sexy Mongoloid eyes ...
I visited Bhutan in spring when the cherry blossoms were blooming and the mountain ranges were still covered in snow. You could feel the sweet coolness in the air, see the morning dew sparkling on the flowers, touch the breezy wind, hear a laugh from a child and they were all carrying fragrances from the Mother Earth.
Bhutan is located at the east-end of the Himalayas. Traveling through the country is like riding a roller coaster and I enjoyed this exciting ride.
You can't get a smooth video when riding a roller coaster and around me all the time were 13 men with cameras. Not all the beauty and the exciting moments were able to be captured. But it's ok, because whatever could not be shown I would keep all for myself, including a Bhutanese man who I fell in love with, and I may marry him. (Please take this line away when you see me marrying a Japanese one in the future lol).
Only when I saw the peak of the Everest in the sky, I realized the Bhutan dream was over. And I was sad!
It was spring when I came to Bhutan. I am planning of coming back, so I can be sweating in the heat of its summer, wearing a red shirt in the colors of its fall and freezing in the cold of its winter. I need to achieve an unfulfilled wish: playing flute on the mountain for a man I love there!