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... br> How wrong were we.
I think it is fair to say that this is Chandigarh's main tourist attraction and now we have been inside it is easy to understand why.
It is the creation of one man. Nek Chand.
He was a government official who started the garden secretly in his spare time in 1957. It is completely built of industrial & home waste and thrown-away items (which sounds ...
... dish of Dhaka. We rode over to a very well known place called Hajj Biryani, he told me that we would be very lucky to get in the door. In this city of 22 million, it is very well known. Incredible, we got a table. The spices, the flavors were subtle and delicious. We had tea of course, what a great meal.
We took the rickshaw a bit more and pulled over to the side of the road as we cleared the maze of the old town. We hopped in his car, not a fancy one but Rashel has ...
... Sunday! Church services are at the American Club on Friday mornings. This week was kid's service so it was all kid stuff and the sermon was done by a dog puppet. It kept me awake more than usual :) and I am finally busy at work and it is great but tiring. We have gotten several positives for c. difficile but the pattern of results using both tests for it is somewhat not as predicted so it will be interesting to see where ...
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 ...
After a coffee house breakfast in the midst of the gentlemen of Chandigarh, we set out to find a bus to the zoo at Chatbir. The bus was a long time coming, number 79, and for long we waited in the shade of a bo tree, long enough that we should have been at least partially enlightened by the time the elusive bus appeared.
In that bus, crowded out with schoolgirls, we journeyed the 15 or so miles to the zoo.
Our cameras we put away in our bags to avoid the hefty camera ...