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... Im not sure even special affects could have achieved the monstrosity of these results.
Spotted across his forehead were huge, bright red lumps, undulating like a blistered peach. Considering he makes his money from having 'fair and lovely' skin, I figured he wasnt going to be best pleased. I shook him awake gently, and as his eyes finally opened and focused it was his turn to scream.
"Whats all over your face?!" Its then that I looked ...
Dec 6th - A short flight from Kuala Lumpur delivered me to Dhaka, Hoo boy, very glad I had arranged to be picked up from the airport. The notoriously terrible traffic was still going full bore at 9pm, it took an hour and a half to get 15km into town; dust, pollution and fumes, noisy horns. Assaultive sensory overload. The hotel I wanted to stay in didn't take bookings, and true to the travel cliche, they were fully booked so had to ...
... visit field sites, travel, hang out with Forida-apu, eat ice cream. It's a pretty rough life!
And then there are days like today---where it was a post-New Year party at work!! Many people re-wore their New Year's finery, but I decided to try out a sari for my first time.
With a lot of help from my lab, especially Tuhin-apu, it actually turned out to be pretty easy! (it is if two people are ...
... iced coffee. I'll be hitting that up again for sure :) I also stopped in to say hello to my favorite salwar kameez shop and spotted a very lovely red and white outfit (the colors you are supposed to wear on New Year's which is April 14). I didn't want to make Matthew wait while I got sucked into Salwar-world so I promised I would come back the next day when I could spend as much time as I liked!
On the beach we were the only visitors
and we walked pretty far to stay away from the students. Chris took
one dive in the Bay of Bengal and we had a few bites and some water,
trying to stay out of the sun in the little bit of shade from trees
that had died. Although it is winter in Bangladesh the temperature at
noon was more than thirty degrees. On our way back we could not
escape the students, they took picture with us ...