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Need to stay in contact with USA while in Bhutan--no cell phone.

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Without going into detail, neither our US cell phone nor our international phone offer a call plan which includes Bhutan.
Our first grandchild is due to arrive 1 week before we leave for Bhutan and we would like to stay in contact with the United States. We don't want to bring a computer with us; we will have an iPod Touch and DD has an iPad so we're looking at Face Time and/or Skype. We will be visiting Thimphu, Punakha, and Paro. Is free Wi Fi widely available in these cities?
Any other recommendations of ways to stay in contact?
Thanks in advance.

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