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... The river cruise was great. At first our Bangladeshi tour guide told us that we needed to be aware that the water was low - thus polluted and black ...and smelly. Mostly smelly from the brick factories with their many smoke stacks. There was a huge amount of activity on the river. There was large commercial boat repair - Bangladesh does a lot of shipbuilding and even supplies major countries. There was at least one big market on the banks of the river where there ...
We were extremely spoiled by Kris, the 36-year-old from New York. He signed up to do a private tour of the country for 9 days on his way to visit home from Doha. He is a partner in an international development consulting firm, and has lived abroad (Afghanistan, United Arab Emirites, etc) for the last few years. He invited us to get off The Rocket at his stop and ride in their private car to Mongla to visit the famous Saunderban region of Bangladesh (something we were ...
12:15pm flight from Indira Gandhi International Airport to Dhaka Dave - We made full use of the 3 hours at the airport testing the bureaucratic procedures before wending our way through the monsoon rains and off to the next country. Passport checks: airport entrance, check-in desk, exchange bureau, immigration, security, plane gangway Boarding card checks : airport entrance, check-in desk, exchange ...
... doing absolutely nothing as they were waiting for the person behind them to finish their sewing step. The problem was however that the whole production lines were empty because they were about to start production of a new product. An absolute waste of labour hours, but considering the low wages of the women, none of the managers seemed to care about this as I asked them for some explanation. With my background in Industrial Engineering, I was quite shocked to ...
... naan. That was great. The desert, however, tested the boundaries of how much sugar combined with oil I can take. The limit is actually there, or maybe a bit below. Rasheed's family used to live in the top floor, grandparents in second. The first (ground) floor is mainly used for political visits. Rasheed's grandfather was a member of the Bangladeshi parliament, and his mother is now running for the same position (Election in 2013 - good luck).
We then go to the house, ...