Last days on the Subcontinent March 14th 2012 Today I visited the World Heritage listed mosques scattered around the town of Bagerhat, the drive was very scenic and the roads for the most part surprisingly good. Bangladesh is very clean and very green in comparison to India, the roads are almost deserted and pollution is minimal.
I visited the Shait Gumbad Mosque built in 1459 and the largest and most magnificent traditional mosque in Bang ... read more
Asia » Bangladesh » Dhaka Bangladesh came into existence in 1971 when Bengali East Pakistan seceded from its union with West Pakistan. About a third of this extremely poor country floods annually during the monsoon rainy season, hampering economic development.... ... read more
I travel whenever time and money allows, seeking interesting sights and experiences where ever I can find them.
To date I have seen large expanses of the Asian, European and African continents.
In 2016 I will travel to Sulawesi in Indonesia and the to South America later in the year.... full info