One thing to know about a country with a lot of stray dogs: bring earplugs because there will be a lot of barking and you will without a doubt be woken up before you want to be.
We visited the Bhutan Textile Museum where we watched a short documentary on how traditional Bhutanese textiles are made by hand and viewed some of the textiles that were worn by the Royal Family of the 4th Dragon King. Later on in the day we were able to visit a shop where they make traditional dress, accessories like scarves and purses, and wall hangings out of silk and cotton.
Our lunch was at a local restaurant and was served family style. Here in Bhutan, chilies and cheese are their signature foods, so most things are very spicy. A lot of us treasure the times plain rice (and dessert!) are served. Despite the heat, all the local food has been incredible, and we’re often taking seconds.