Southwest Bangladesh: Bagarhat, Mongla, and the Sundarbans

Our fourth and final trip out of Dhaka and into the ever-changing landscapes of Bangladesh was to the southwest corner, home to the Bengal tigers and mangrove forests of the Sundarbans. The journey south We were back on the bus for this trip, and halfway through our journey to Khulna we arrived at the banks... Continue Reading →

Southeast Bangladesh: Cox’s Bazar and Inani Beach

When you think of Bangladesh you wouldn't think of the beach, but it turns out that Bangladesh is home to the world's longest uninterrupted stretch of sand which is almost completely deserted except for the busy town of Cox's Bazar. Here we found our first part of the country that really caters to tourists. The... Continue Reading →

Welcome to Dhaka, Bangladesh

Dhaka is a hectic city full of traffic jams, overwhelming crowds and a lot of stares. There are over 17 million people that live here and you can tell as soon as you leave the airport. But once you start to explore the backroads and riverways you'll start to notice its charm hidden behind the... Continue Reading →

6 Reasons to visit Bangladesh

I was lucky enough to have this piece published on the Born To Bunk website last year, and now that my blog is finally up and running I wanted to share it here too. Bangladesh was a huge culture shock to me, and one that I struggled with at times, but looking back I realise... Continue Reading →

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