Ruposhi Bangla Hotel
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... heaven. Unfortunately, we didn't get to see it. Across the moat, there are a lot of brick buildings designed as dormitories for the parliament members.
I can't remember if we went to the Liberation War Memorial next or the Old Lalbagh Fort, but the Old Fort was another construction that was interrupted - this time by the death of the daughter of the ruler who had commissioned the fort. Currently there are several buildings and some partial rampart walls. ...
... up the aisles of our bus. It was amazing to see the amount of people in need - many with disabilities (blind, missing limbs, etc). We passed out snacks to grateful recipients (different from our other experiences) and felt very blessed for how much we have. So after our terrifying and 12 hour ride without lunch or dinner, and an hour-long hotel hunt around town, we finally settled into a nice room with a late and overpriced ...
... the sellers sitting under their hanging light bulbs in the dark were very welcoming towards us. This
is what I love about travelling. We have really enjoyed our time here. I love the Bangladeshi people- so friendly and not wanting to rip you off all the time like in India. Some people have said
Bangladesh is hard work and 10 times worse than India but in fact I found it the opposite. People genuinely wanted to stop for a chat and just ask where you were from. ...
Arrive in Dhaka after an uneventful train ride – stately gentleman (husband of pharmacy professor) got angry with train conductor because he was letting anyone sit in the 1st class A/C train section. We arrived at the airport train station and I had to ask what station we were at because none of the signs are in English – gentleman with impeccable English helped us. 5 minutes later Rebecca's driver picked us up and we were heading home.
... dragged her back out to visit Lalbagh Fort (the red fort, lal=red). Lal cha is tea without milk (also red).
We left pretty late but still arrived 10 min. before closing. Except, it was already closed! Oh nos! And it is around an hour from our house! What to do except pay an enormous bribe? (still less than or equal to how much it would cost to take transportation there and back again)
A normal entrance fee is ...