Hotel Media International

Address: Sea Beach Road, Cox's Bazar, Chittagong, Bangladesh | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Sea Beach Road, Cox's Bazar.
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      Travel Blogs from Cox's Bazar

      Planting Seeds and Watching a Friend Die

      A travel blog entry by hisnursebd on Jan 09, 2015

      ... the "right" words to say so that Pilu believes, or (after my visit with Molly) trying to figure out the right thing to do or pray or feel so that I'll not be single... I even now try to control my own life. I want to MAKE this happen. I want to magically change something in this situation with Pilu, to make people behave how I want them to, how they "should", so that things go as I want. Trusting God truly and completely day-by-day is ...

      I Just Can't Take Any More

      A travel blog entry by hisnursebd on Dec 21, 2014

      ... only means of income/contribution to the family. I see children working... begging... running the streets unsupervised. Dirty children, starving children, neglected and probably, occasionally, unloved children. I have friends who have adopted children who were unwanted, simply because they were girls... and I wonder how many more have died, or are simply surviving. I witness illiteracy and a dearth ...

      Finding my place... Sort of

      A travel blog entry by hisnursebd on Oct 18, 2014

      ... I do! Anyway, this trip was also the first time that I felt like Bangladeshi's there as well are getting to know me as a person, not just one of the new bideshi's.

      Parallel runs this conundrum: as I've started thinking more and more about the transition to MCH, my opportunities for medical interactions have increased. Mostly, I find myself either in an advisory or prescriptory capacity. ...

      One Year... And Struggling

      A travel blog entry by hisnursebd on Aug 31, 2014

      ... then worked here in BD for about 8 years before returning home to attend seminary. While I was intrigued by such details as his living 6 months in the village near the hospital (even one month is beyond the requirement), his statement that he’s “just barely a Baptist”, and the stories I’ve heard of his musical talent; I admit that my romantic thoughts stemmed more from a “maybe I can snag this one” than from any true attraction.

      Intense poverty after a hectic approach

      A travel blog entry by maggie360 on Oct 20, 2013

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      ... Again, what a different world. The streets to our hotel showed an impoverished sight.  People were happy, but they certainly had less than any other country we’d visited.  Myanmar was very wealthy in comparison.  Our hotel provided us a gated isolation from the blatant conditions around us, but that of course only increased our discomfort with the entire situation.  The few that had money were isolated from the masses ...

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