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A travel blog entry by ankitadhamija


Intense poverty after a hectic approach

A travel blog entry by maggie360


... shock as we left the confines of the airport grounds.  Almost immediately two street kids came and asked us for money.  One a pretty, very skinny, disheveled girl, the other a young boy missing his lower right arm.  It was a pitiful sight.  An army man scared them away, only of course to ask for baksheesh himself a minute later.  Oh man.  We jumped into a gated tuktuk, as they all had aftermarket security welded on ...

!! Beyond borders: Ship-Breaking Yards !! REVISED

A travel blog entry by bartvaneijden


... the Bangladeshi way but certainly not according to Western standards.

Taking pictures there was almost impossible so I got very little. With each picture the supervisors got angry and my guide had to talk to them to keep things under control. During, I took some more pictures and apologized every once in a while for it. I did miss a substantial zoom because the ships were just very far out and all the action seemed ...

Bart Blogging 'Bout Bangladesh

A travel blog entry by bartvaneijden


... controversial industries. Since a devastating article about the poor and dangerous working conditions was published some years ago, all the yards have been at war with Greenpeace and do not allow any foreigner to come even near. I managed to get just a little bit close to some of them but I will write a complete post about this ship-breaking next time since it is a very interesting one. A third guide arranged that I could go to a rusty old body building gym for free, I ...


A travel blog entry by jackiesee


... a pot of tea, really glad to be out in the countryside at last, listening to birds rather than traffic.

Next day I walk the winding downhill four kilometers into the town of Bandarban, stopping for chai and lots of “hello madam where are you from” chats with people along the way. The town has a bustling market centre, and all sorts of boats transport people and goods up and down the adjacent Sangu river. Since it is winter and not raining, the river is ...


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