Bangladesh, 2nd

Bangladesh, 2nd

by Mikey Leung, Belinda Meggitt
     
 

With its extraordinary attention to detail and insider knowledge, this guide is an essential tool to navigating a country where first-hand accounts are the best currency.See more details below

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With its extraordinary attention to detail and insider knowledge, this guide is an essential tool to navigating a country where first-hand accounts are the best currency.

Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
'Mikey Leung and his co-author Belinda Meggitt have succeeded eloquently in bringing Bangladesh out from the shadow, or perhaps armpit, of India and revealing a country worthy of exploration in its own right.' Real Travel'This guide provides valuable travel information, advice and an insight into a people who "possess hearts of infinite kindness". If you want to get off the beaten track then this is well worth a look.' Adventure Travel Magazine

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781841624099
Publisher:
Bradt Publications UK
Publication date:
12/04/2012
Series:
Bradt Travel Guide Series
Edition description:
Second Edition
Pages:
400
Sales rank:
875,568
Product dimensions:
5.30(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.80(d)

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"While some people question the need for a guide in a country with so few foreign tourists, this simple fact is what makes the need for a new guide so great. This is doubly true for Bangladesh, whose world reputation takes regular beatings in the world's press when it makes the headlines for catastrophe. To all those who doubt, we now ask you to seek the reality behind the veil, to notice the color hidden in the corners, and to search the beauty hidden inside this friendly region of south Asia whose people may be short on space and material wealth, but who possess hearts of infinite kindness." "If Bangladesh were a person, she would be a youthful teenager, full of life and energy but with a decidedly emotional temperament to which wisdom or logic could not be easily applied. You would regard her as full of potential and while she seems eager to learn, a scarcity of sensible role models and life opportunities has limited her capacities, thus you couldn't yet be sure who she would be in her adult future. You would watch her struggle vigorously in all that she did, and despite the fact you might conclude that the cards are stacked against her, you could never fault her spirit or her resilience, not for a second. To witness this resilience amongst Bangladeshi people is the single most striking and memorable feature of a visit to the country."

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