A solo female traveler’s journey though Bangladesh : From the Bustling streets of Dhaka to making monkey friends in the Sundarbans, and traipsing through tea gardens in Sylhet and Srimangal. Read the full stories at www.MissMaps.com
Attractive for many reasons, I’d put it on my list of must-sees, only after spotting stripes in the Sundarbans. 12 cups of tea later, this Northwestern city fought hard for spot #1 of must-sees in Bangladesh. Here’s why…
This was my main reason for visiting Western Bangladesh : to attempt to catch a glimpse of a real, wild Bengali Tiger. Just as I thought I was to leave without ‘that prized moment’, I seized an opportunity and…
After an overly welcoming welcome to Bangladesh, I hopped aboard the infamous Rocket Steamer en route to the Sundarbans.
It was time to prove : there’s nothing fresh air, rolling waves, and a good night’s rest can’t cure. Especially when in good company.
You’re a female In a foreign land
In need of help
And your helper
Keeps on helping
Past the point of help…
This is Dhaka Bangladesh
Already reluctant to travel solo to country #72, I questioned my own sanity time and time again in the moments leading up to the big flight. Incredibly, challenges I met were nothing like I’d anticipated. Take a look –