Ms. Sheena M S is an Indian who is passionate about traveling and exploring the world, A graduate in Commerce, Interior Design, and Fine Arts she presently owns a designer boutique in her hometown in Kerala. Her areas of interest are traveling, fine arts, reading, and handicrafts, An avid lover of nature and she has been a frequent traveler to Bhutan since her first. Ms. Sheen organizes all the requirements on your tours and at times, she leads tours as a tour guide.
She is single and travels around the world whenever she is free. In Bhutan, due to her frequent visits, she is well acquainted with the places throughout the country. And she is one of the few women who have coordinated and completed the grueling Snowman Trek, not once but three times. Snowman Trek is the hardest trek in Bhutan.
I have had the privilege to visit Bhutanese houses; both modern day flats displaying several characteristics of development and huts where families live in just two rooms. Every house has an altar, with water offerings and water offerings made.
Health-conscious people in urban Bhutan begin their day jogging for a few kilometers every day. Those inclined to the Divine begins their day with prayers. What one does in a day is also prescribed by social, economical, and other elements. There are several factors that dictate how one starts their day.
If there is a heaven, if there is one, would not be a piece of land spread over a beach with luxury displayed ostentatiously? It cannot be like a world created through human innovation by giants of Wall Street. It ought to be a place with Nature in its most original form; virgin peaks epitomizing beauty. And it has to be Bhutan.