Butter Tea at Sunrise



Reading Butter Tea At Sunrise By Britta Das Bystricepodhostynem.eu Often Seen As A Magical Paradise At The End Of The World, Bhutan Is Inaccessible To Most Travellers Set Against The Dramatic Scenery Of The Himalaya, This Beautiful Memoir Reveals Hardships And Happiness In A Land Almost Untouched By The West When Britta, A Young Physiotherapist, Goes To Work In A Remote Village Hospital, Her Good Intentions Are Put To The Test Amid Monsoons, Fleas And Shocking Conditions But As She Visits Homes In The Mountains And Learns The Mysteries Of Tantric Buddhism, The Country Casts Its Enduring Spell Gaining Insights Into The Traditions Of This Mystical Kingdom, She Makes Friends And Falls In Love Bhutan Will Change Her Life Forever.Butter Tea at Sunrise

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  • ebook
  • Butter Tea at Sunrise
  • Britta Das
  • English
  • 23 September 2017
  • 1840244984

10 thoughts on “Butter Tea at Sunrise

  1. says:

    I picked this book up as I was looking for some writing on Bhutan culture and life in Bhutan It provides a whole lotthan that Britta has written a very candid experience of hers In addition to the life and culture in Bhutan, there are many stories layered very beautifully There is the author doctor who is striving for the health of the people in Bhutan, there is the romantic journey in flashes, then there is the intensity of the monks and the Buddhists or even the struggles of a Canadi I picked this book up as I was looking for some writing on Bhutan culture and life in Bhutan It provides a whole lotthan that Britta has written a very candid experience of hers In addition to the life and culture in Bhutan, there are many stories layered very beautifully There is the author doctor who is striving for the health of the people in Bhutan, there is the romantic journey in flashes, ...

  2. says:

    In Dutch Koninkrijk in de wolken mijn jaar in Bhutan.Interessant verhaal over een Duits Canadese fysiotherapeute die een jaar in een ziekenhuis in een kleine stad in het oosten van Bhutan doorbrengt Ze observeert veel over de levenswijze van de mensen, en doet haar best de taal te leren en de gewoontes en tradities van de lokale bevolking te respecteren Ze ontmoet daar een sympathieke arts uit India, Bikal, die beter de taal spreekt dan zij, en samen gaan ze op bezoek bij pati nten en de fam In Dutch Koninkrijk in de wolken mijn jaar in Bhutan.Interessant verhaal over een Duits Canadese fysiotherapeute die een jaar in een ziekenhuis in een kleine stad in het oosten van Bhutan doorbrengt Ze observeert veel over de levenswijze van de mensen, en doet haar best de taal te leren en de gewoontes en tradities van de lokale bevolking te respecteren Ze ontmoet daar een sympathieke arts uit India, Bikal, die beter de taal spreekt dan zij, en samen gaan ze op bezoek bij pati nten en de familie van haar collega, Pema Ze bouwt een hechte relatie met twee van de jongste pati nten in het ziekenhuis op, en helpt ze op weg naar een onafhankelijk leven.Ik merk dat ik dit soort reisboek veel interessanter vindt dan boeken die meer over het reizen zelf gaan Hier krijg je echt inzicht in het leven, het Boeddistisch geloof en de tradities van de mensen, en ook hoe het bedreigt wordt door invloeden...

  3. says:

    Not high literature and not written with great or even good understanding of Buddhism or many other things but a reasonable attempt to write about her year in Bhutan from a personal perspective Other reviewers have complained that the book didn t have enough about Bhutan but it isn t meant to be a travelogue It is a memoir of time spent in an unusual and difficult place that is perhaps a little too sanitized but good enough to be worth picking up if nothing better comes to hand My only real c Not high literature and not written with great or even good understanding of Buddhism or many other things but a reasonable attempt to write about her year in Bhutan from a personal perspective Other reviewers have complained that the book didn t have enough about Bhutan but it isn t meant to be a travelogue It is a memoir of time spent in an unusual and difficult place that is perhaps...

  4. says:

    While the first half of the book got a little monotonous, the second half of the book was as captivating as it could get Not just could I identify with the thoughts and emotions of the stories, the simplicity of the text resonated to a great extent.

  5. says:

    There is always something to gain from a book, and in this case, I got a feel for remote Eastern Bhutan, but this book isabout Britta Das than Bhutan Her story is interesting, and I m always respectful of a person who adapts to a foreign way of life with few resources, but it definitely left me wanting The book was published in 2007, though the story unfolded years prior, so I wonder how much has changed in eastern Bhutan since her experience One thing is for sure, I won t travel to B There is always something to gain from a book, and in this case, I got a feel for remote Eastern Bhutan, but this book isabout Britta Das than Bhutan Her story is interesting, and I m always respectful of a person who adapts to a foreign way of life with few resources, but it definitely left me wanting The book was published in 2007, though the story unfolded years prior, so I wonder how much has ch...

  6. says:

    This one falls into the category of books that are ostensibly about women doing awesome things but that are actually about a very typical romance I cannot fathom how you could spend a year in Bhutan which is one of the most fascinating and forbidden regions on the planet and write primarily about yourself It s a pity, because when she does write about Bhutan, some of it is pretty good, and definitely evocative of the feeling of being there, but when she s writing badly, it s sentim...

  7. says:

    Most travel books are written by professional writers, journalists or scholars who like to travel Every once in a while an ordinary person simply tells the story of their stay in a world very different from their own because it seems worth sharing This is one of those books Just a window into an otherwise private person s life upended and transformed by going to live and work in a remote Bhutanese village I couldn t put it down And a month later i had arranged to spend a substantial chunk o Most travel books are written by professional writers, journalists or scholars who like to travel Every once in a while an ordinary person simply tells t...

  8. says:

    Probablya 3.5 I enjoyed this book but I didn t think it was as well written as the last two books I read on Bhutan It was set primarily in one village where the other two books gave a broader description of the whole country of Bhutan Reading these books has increased my en...

  9. says:

    This memoir of the authors single year in Bhutan was charming, if a bit disappointing I don t doubt that the experience of living in and experiencing Bhutan was so unique that she wanted to share it, so wrote about i...

  10. says:

    This could have been such a good book if only it hadn t been all about I, me, myself Thought I was settling to read an interesting account of life in Bhutan turned out to be an insipid romance Meh.

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