We’ve been home for a few days and still trying to adjust to the time change, food and cultural changes and returning to normal life. I want to thank you for putting together such a great trip and providing us with great guides, drivers etc , who worked to our laid back style and made the trip so wonderful. I could have probably left after meeting the Dalai Lama on our first morning, but we had so many more wonderful adventures and then, unbelievably, met the Dalai Lama, again on our last evening!! (Wow, how did you do it???!!!) Some of our accommodations were spectacular; especially the Vanya Vilas in Ranthambore (where we saw tigers!! and had some great billiard matches!) the Udaivilas and lunch at the Imperial Fabulous) We’d all love to stay there next time! (but then with our good fortune to see the Dalai Lama, maybe we shouldn’t change!)We would probably each tell you different things we loved, but we’d all agree on Bhutan as wonderful and a hope to return for a longer trip. And as for me, my favorites were Delhi (especially the old part and the Gandhi Museum), Udaipur (wonderful neighborhoods and market and 1st day of festival of colors) all of Bhutan and Varanasi (I am still taking in all the many things that happened there. We all found India (northern) and Bhutan very spiritual, and it added greatly to our trip. I was taken by the dazzling colors…in the clothes, food, spices,jewelry, paint on the doors, windows and buildings. We loved the food, walking in the streets and markets, our archery lesson, hanging in our luxury tents (!), talking with people all around, yoga, monasteries and temples, and learning some of the history. We had to fly to Newark early after our flight was cancelled, and waited all day to see if our flight would leave…thanks for trying to help us, Roger! We will spread the word of the planning you did for the trip and your help in making it so special! Regards.