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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... down low, and I could see lot's of commercial traffic plying the river. Amazing how a boat that seems to be sinking stands out from a distance, I flew over to have a look, and it wasn't so much sinking as full to the gills!
The Bangladesh countryside was incredibly lush and seemed well laid out and highly productive.
It was a quick 5.5 hour flight today and it was good ...
... alongside the banks. The odd dog appeared from nowhere to bark and buffalo, cows, even the odd camel came down for a bath. The river wasn't badly polluted, not that we intended to use the water.
After lunch we lounged for the remaining afternoon, did abit of rowing ourselves because there was absolutely no breeze for the sail, and only started to be concerned when, towards twilight, we couldn't see ...
... more reliable, it is a welcome technological advancement.
Hence, we have been asked to design and build a solar powered refrigeration system for vaccines (Yes, a little bit of heat to make a whole lot of cold, thats the idea anyway). I will not bore you all with the details of my engineering hoopla, but here is the basic stuff. (This would be a good point to just scroll to the bottom if you have no desire to be bored by my engineering rambles).
... The sun rises around 5am and with the sun comes the heat and humidity. We all get up for breakfast by 7:30 and although breakfast food varies, it is still not uncommon to have some type of bean curry for breakfast (Although they have also made us pancakes once!). I go through the morning ritual of applying sunscreen and bugspray while also taking per-emptive malaria pills and antacids to get me through the day. We work for most of the ...
... I had to shake all of their hands. Later a father with three kids approached. He had a camera. The kids came back later to ask the standard questions they must learn in Engrish class.
- What country are you from (also sometimes what city)?
- What is your [good] name?
- Why are you here?
- Where are you going?
- How long have you been ...