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... for all you folks back home because it forced me to go through my pictures and select a few of my favorites to put in a manageable 30-min presentation form. So you can all look forward to that :)
A med student from Texas presented on his time here and it was a great chance to meet some of the other students that are living elsewhere and I don't normally see!
I will definitely miss everyone when I leave!
... with people constantly asking where we were from, and taking pictures of us.
We then went to Lalbagh Fort, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lalbagh_Fo rt, erm... it is worth a vist, but probably not the most exciting place I have ever visited!!!
There are lots more things to visit and see in Old Dhaka, but this was enough craziness for one day!
... 8221; Said Janice. This was now a three way conversation but Master C would not let the fourth person in the elevator car continue to weep.
“So you ladies are doctors?” His question was gently aimed at Lara who seemed more in her own world tucked away neatly in the corner of the elevator car. There was a pause of a few seconds then she pulled her head from her knees.
“I’m a surgeon.” He had done it. He’d gotten conversation ...
Bangladesh, truly a third world country, gets very little tourists. You may get the odd aid worker, the odd and brave traveler like myself, hopelessly roaming around the country, but you will never see a tourist here on holidays. I was asked the question, "Why are you here?" by a few locals. I thought in my head, "To experience something new, to see something new and to eat something new." But my simple answer was "to travel." They couldn't comprehend ...
... dancing like a muppet to Waka Waka or looking super glum in that QF.
If it were not for the cricket, I would likely never have visited Bangladesh & I'm so chuffed I did. Who would have believed it but Dhaka is more chaotic than any Indian city I visited - swarms of people everywhere (B'desh is one of the most densely populated countries in the world), mad traffic & a constant super hectic hussle & bussle. ...