Radisson Blu Water Garden Hotel Dhaka
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... in conversation without a shared language. Everyone really loved this experience of walking amidst all the people.
I think one of the highlights of today was watching the Dhaka traffic from the bus windows. We got to see all kinds of vehicles - some goats on the sidewalk - all kinds and combinations of people and goods in all the vehicles for transportation. People in the buses stared back at us and sometimes we got them to wave and smile. Some of the ...
... with saltwater rivers running like mazes for miles, and are the only natural habitat of the King Bengal Tiger (of which there are 400 left). Our guidebook claims that 100-200 people are injured killed yearly by these tigers. Unfortunately seeing one usually requires a long stay in the jungle. The boat was stocked with breakfast, water, tea, snacks, and driver. We made a morning stop at a zoo that showcases the animals who live in the area, but ended up being ...
... gate desk, gate security, plane gangway. We collected a good variety of stamps on both documents, but no-one actually spotted that we had no Bangladeshi visas and were exporting Indian rupees. Frankie - we had a terrifying bumpy ride on the plane and we had to put our seat belts on 3 times but we survived and we met grandpa, Christine and Nicol. We went in the pool as soon as we arrived. There were two ...
... inefficient operations. Photography was forbidden unfortunately, but it was one of my highlights of my stay in Bangladesh. Too bad I could not photograph some of the women sleeping behind their desks. But I was already really lucky to have found my way in to this factory because there is a lot of negative publicity about child labour and unsafe conditions. Every year several factories in Bangladesh will have a fire when workers die and newspapers around ...