While in the process of finalizing our route and itinerary we’ve been informed that in mid October—at exactly the time we had planned the start of our Expedition—the King of Bhutan will wed Jetsun Pema. Due to this significant occasion and the 2-week celebration that will ensue, we have pushed our Expedition start date out to November 1.
To partner with our expedition—see info below including new start dates for joining our Team in Bhutan. For more information on Expedition Bhutan go to www.expeditionbhutan.com and join us on Facebook.
You’re invited! Support Expedition Bhutan and Join our Team on an Unprecedented Journey…
There has never been and likely will never again be, a journey like Expedition Bhutan. As we adventure on foot, mountain bike and raft, through the heart and soul of this unique country of Bhutan, we’ll reflect light on their concept of Gross National Happiness via the following questions:
- What is it?
- What are its implications for the people of Bhutan?
- What, if any, are its implications for the rest of us at a time when the world so desperately seeks peace, satisfaction and Happiness?
As a small 4-person expedition team we hope to serve as stewards of Bhutan, its people, culture, and concepts. And as a launching point to our ultimate film of this project, we’re excited to start the “sharing” with a few special others like yourself. If you not only get what we are up to, but would like to be a special part of the vision of this extra-ordinary project we hope you’ll partner with us by supporting or joining our team for a novel discovery of something much larger than ourselves.
Peruse our partner support page with options and details to support and join our Team in Bhutan. Please contact Terri at email@example.com if you have any further questions on joining the expedition.
03/18/2011 • As I mentioned in my last post, during the reign of the 4th King laws and policy were developed that more
03/08/2011 • During an(other) era of—rule-at-all-cost-even-if-your-people-are-really-pissed-off-at-you—the fourth Dragon King of Bhutan not only abdicated his throne to his eldest son in 2006, more