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 http://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 –