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Bangladesh

Pokhara is a backpackers paradise full of hostels, bars and adrenaline filled activities. All in the beautiful setting surrounded by the mountains of Annapurna National Park. With my host I borrowed an 350cc Royal Enfield motorbike and drove around the city, first to visit schools that were under construction doing research in hope to one...
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After having visited the East, the West, the center and the South it was about time to head North, towards the border of China, to a region called Sylhet which is famous for its many tea plantations. Walking around in a couple we talked to tea farmers, tasted local food and drink specialities and had...
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I had heard some horror stories from other travelers who had been to Dhaka, about how dirty and chaotic the city is. I was expecting the worst, but was very positively surprised, considering its one of the few cities where noone really know how many people are living there. Cities like Mumbai and Delhi were...
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In the far South East of Bangladesh, on the border of Myanmar there is a beach called Cox Bazaar, which with its 120kilometers is considered the longest uninterupted beach in the World. I had been told by everyone to go to Saint Martin island, which is right between the two brodering countries, but when I...
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Me and some girls at 60 dome mosque The brother of the friend of my couchsurfing host was gonna get married in a small village outside on Gopaganj and asked me to come along. It was a three hour journey from Mongla and I had asked to stop at the Bagerhat UNESCO site Mosque on...
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The Italian traveler I met who bumped me up to first class One of the most popular tourist attractions in Bangladesh is taking boats going down the many rivers. River boats are the way of traveling here and it has been for a long time. I was lucky enough to get tickets with an original...
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