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Hard bed question

We are getting down to the wire on our trip to Sikkim and Bhutan, and just read a posting that made me stop and think. Someone commented on the hard beds, and I suddenly remembered the hard beds in Tibet. I hate to be a complainer, but I did have trouble sleeping in Tibet because the beds felt like a piece of wood. I often put the blanket underneath me to soften the "mattress". Are the beds in Bhutan pretty hard? I am thinking of bringing a pad if so. I know I can get one that is light and small since they are made for backpackers. Any comments?

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