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... left without coffee or breakfast as the restaurants near by do not deliver until 8AM, which is when we wanted to be on the road headed back to Delhi.
We stopped at a lake in the town and walked around to enjoy the area, it is a very pretty and very clean town.
Along the way we stopped for a bite and masala dosa was the choice of fare. These people do not know how to make ...
Friday was pretty chill. I got involved in a book and for those of you who know, that basically meant that I read constantly when not at work until it was finished. Thus, the morning was spent lounging in various locations like the apartment and local parks until finished! (After church and a run in one of the parks early on)
The evening got more interesting, however. When Matthew got back from playing rugby, we ...
Even though I had been in Dhaka such a short time, my roommates happened to be visiting one of the field sites associated with ICDDR,B—Matlab, so I decided to go along.
Excerpt from ICDDR,B website, "ICDDR,B maintains one of the richest, most comprehensive and longest running, longitudinal data resources in the developing world, producing regular accurate demographic and health data for rural Bangladesh. With over 40 years of continuous ...
... Manali and Leh.
It was getting dark so I decided to look for a hotel. All of them were fully booked. All 15-20 that I've checked. The only three I found were really expensive 1,600 - 2,000 Rs which you need to divide by 70 to get the price in Pounds Sterling. Apparently, it is a holiday season in India now and people from Delhi are going north to escape the heat in central India. I decided to carry on until I reach Chandigarh - the capital of ...
... the very same streets I had just done on foot numerous times with clearly no idea of our final destination. Eventually, with the help of a few locals, I arrived at the Museum. The Museum is a 2-story building charging 5 Taka admission (US$1 = 73 Taka - you do the math), and chronicles East Pakistan's (now Bangladesh) war of independence against West Pakistan (now Pakistan). The entire exhibit took no more than 15 minutes to tour and ...
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