Backpacking in Bangladesh: The Long, Slow, Sad Night Train from Dhaka to Chittagong

“Even innocence has caught the midnight train” – Bon Jovi This was a sad moment. A night train that was supposed to take 6-7 hours ended up taking 16 hours, and the horror was clear to see. Backpacking ain’t for the faint hearted, but neither is life eh? A fast and furious week in “The Read more about Backpacking in Bangladesh: The Long, Slow, Sad Night Train from Dhaka to Chittagong[…]

Backpacking in Bangladesh: Top 14 Sights in Chittagong

“A La La La La Long. A La La La La Long Long Li Long Long Long” – Inner Circle. The biggest difference between Bangladesh’s capital city of Dhaka and the second biggest beast, Chittagong, for me was the sightseeing. Dhaka is more about experience, as the main sights are scattered all over the monstrous city. It’s Read more about Backpacking in Bangladesh: Top 14 Sights in Chittagong[…]

Backpacking in Bangladesh: Staying at the Golden Inn in Chittagong

If I thought Dhaka was manic, then Chittagong topped it. After a crazy night train (which became a 16 hour train and was supposed to be 7/8hours) from Dhaka to Chittagong, I was in need of a decent hotel on arrival in Chittagong. I didn’t bother booking anything in advance – Bangladesh is still off Read more about Backpacking in Bangladesh: Staying at the Golden Inn in Chittagong[…]

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