Hotel Naz Garden
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We had an 8:30 am departure this morning and it was still quite warm as we left in our bus. Luckily there is a/c but it seems variable - sometimes cooler and sometimes quite warm. The drive to the old Buddhist Monastery (Somapur Vihara in Paharpur) was 2 hours each way. On the way we passed the usual scenery and sights of North Bangladesh but …
We were up early today for a 7:30 am departure from Dhaka. It took us about 4 hours before we made it to our first stop after 90 km - or at least that was the projected mileage for the first stop - a toilet, tea/coffee and snack break. We had barely gotten out of the Dhaka suburbs. At first we saw the usual traffic and city landscape. Then our …
Day 8 and we start with a visit to Kusumbha Mosque, which looks to have been designed by the same architect who designed Chota Sona Mosque. Then we are off to see Paharpur, the ruins of an 8th century Buddhist monastery. The ...
Day 6 and Salman and I board a train to Bogra from Khulna. I have a window seat so I spend my time watching and photographinf the ever changing scenery. The hours pass very ...
Finally I stayed only half-day in Bhutan. When I arrived in Jalgaon, the border city, facing Phuentsholing, in Bhutan, I realised that it would not be as easy as I had expected. As a matter of fact, there was a wall separating the 2 cities. It was the first time I was seeing something like this. It looked like Berlin in the 1980's !
Since it looked like everybody could cross freely between the few gateways, including the photogenic "Bhutan Gateway", the only ...