Ruposhi Bangla Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Continental Breakfast
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... not for the faint hearted the traffic is the most chaotic we have ever encountered but our experiences with the people have been great super friendly without wanting to sell you something
Tourism is still a novelty here even to the pont where at a Hindu ceremony the TV cameras were in action Roy and I were asked to comment on our visit so with one day experience of the city we had ...
... who is 30 kg's, who came in with a Hgb of 2.9 just a few days before. This is the same Murung/Mru lady who, when I spotted her in OPD again, made eye contact, smiled, and seemed happy (and maybe relieved??) to see me. I can't say a word to her -- I may have LOST my sheet of Mru phrases -- but I can smile and hold her hand.
Anyway, due to the very low census, I am done in plenty of time to round with the docs. Yay! Of course, she is the last ...
... were not that tired. It was so hot though. Did eventually cool down throughout the night, which was brilliant. Got up at 7. Had a beautiful shower. So cold and freezing! Of course, as soon as you leave the bathroom you are a ball of sweat again but the initial feeling is amazing! Had breakfast at 7.30. Bread, flat bread, omelette ...
... take out my computer for the bag x-ray machine and go into a curtained booth for the body search - just the surface fortunately. Then I had to get out my boarding passes - both new and the one to Kolkata and put stamped ID tags on my hand luggage as they took off the ones I had already put my info on. Now I have no outside identifying info on my hand luggage. I have been deposited in a waiting area next to a screen that will notify me when it ...
... their hands on me, begged me to stop and talk. I finally pushed on through the masses, got down to the river and hopped on a tiny passenger boat holding about 10 people. I rode to the other side, got out, strolled around markets for a bit, turned back to the river and my ride home just in time for an amazing sunset.
On the Dhaka side of the river, I turned left and strolled the riverbank. Little boys were playing cricket down by the water among piles of rubbish. I ...