Hotel Center Point

Address: House # 2/A, Road # 95, Gulshan, Dhaka, 1212, Bangladesh | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on House # 2/A, Road # 95, Gulshan, is near Ala-Archa Gorge, Lake Issy-Kul, National Historical Museum, and Osh Bazaar.
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Travel Blogs from Gulshan

Spoiled

A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Feb 12, 2014

53 photos

... I received after hugging the tame tigers in Thailand. Our guide also claimed to smell the strong urine scent of a tiger. Now I'm not saying there was a tiger nearby...but I am implying it. As the day went on we saw monkeys, spotted deer, eagles, a 4' long lizard, and rare river dolphins (gray, blue, pink...you name it). The trees were never-ending and varied. The most common trees had roots that poked up through the mud, looking like brown cucumbers, so the ...

Bangladesh

A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Feb 04, 2014

26 photos

Our first encounter with a local Bangali was on the plane. The business man next to me lit up with passion as he eagerly talked about his love for his country, culture, and Islamic religion. He even gave his business card and invited us numerous times to come to his office downtown for tea. Upon stepping out of the airport in Bangladesh, we found ourselves facing a big metal fence with hundreds of faces pressed against it. Due to protests from the recent ...

Lazy Sunday (actually Saturday)

A travel blog entry by lnh8x on Feb 25, 2012

2 comments, 15 photos

... from Tarzan describes it pretty well. There are a couple of swans who make it look a bit more appetizing.

Mary has arrived uneventfully and is very nice. She is from Canada, going to start her PhD next year, and has lived various places abroad. I have enjoyed teaching her everything I know about where to get salwar kameez and how to get around!

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11 Days in Bangladesh

A travel blog entry by morpheous on Nov 11, 2011

... to listen and participate in dinosaur adventures. There I was, right back at my roots. Back working with the same age I started teaching back many years ago in Korea.

After school we went to some markets and watched men hand make beautiful designs on material and then we had some dinner. In the market lots of locals would come up to us and ask where we were from. Some selling stuff, some just wanting to have their picture taken. One young guy said "Welcome ...

Our first week in Dhaka

A travel blog entry by helenandben on Aug 13, 2011

1 comment, 26 photos

... are white they charge you about 10x more than a local person, also you cant get things from one shop, so you need someone who knows there way around the city, and wont get lost!!
It is very strange to have staff, they treat you with such respect, bowing the heads when they see you, opening doors etc. Its quite upsetting that they see themselves in such low status compared to us, but I suppose its something we have to get used to.

The rest of the week was spent in school, ...