Train from Kolkata (India) to Dhaka (Bangladesh)
In 2013 Bangladesh broke Guinness World record by forming the "Largest human national flag"
Money changers in Dhaka
Imported (and very expensive, even by european standards) fruit for sale
Old Dhaka. Rickshaws block many streets, but nobody cares
There are 400,000 rickshaws in Dhaka and every one of them seems to be different
Most drivers hire rickshaws from owners, as they are too poor to buy one
There are road rules, but nobody respects them. So there is chaos
This junction is taken over by street sellers, leaving little space for cars and buses
It looks like London double-decker. Maybe it is?
Most buses are probably older then me, but are cheap and there is simply no alternative
I was taking photos of the bus, so this guy stopped it for me (and didn't ask for money)
I'm sure it's illegal to ride on the roof, but who cares?
The amount of advertisements is overwhelming
We went by bus from Dhaka to Chittagong
Infamous ship-breaking yards near Chittagong. Ships are cut piece by piece until they disappear
After a lot of bad publicity, foreigners are not allowed to get inside the yards. We tried hard, but no luck
Not everybody knows, but Bangladesh is the 10th largest tea producer in the world
I have to mention that people in Bangladesh are incredibly nice and friendly
Tamil women at work near Srimangal
Pineapple plantation (no fruit in January, because it's winter)
Building a house near Srimangal
I'm about to enjoy the famous seven-layer tea
Arriving by train in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh (and one of the largest cities in the world)
Near Kamalapur station
This man wanted me to take his photo
Red hair or beard is popular in Bangladesh
Morning in Bahadur Shah Park. There are hundreds of people exercising
Something you didn't know - the longest natural beach in the world is in Bangladesh!
Street in Old Dhaka
Old Dhaka. It doesn't look like 21st century and that's why we loved to travel in this country
On the banks of Buriganga River in Dhaka
Crossing Buriganga in a small raw-boat was a great experience
It was probably the most polluted river I have ever seen (and smelled)
Passing boat on Buriganga River in Dhaka
Pink Palace in Dhaka. There is an interesting exposition inside
Lalbagh Fort and gardens, dating from the 17th century
Lalbagh Fort is full of smart-looking locals, who are keen to meet foreigners
Everybody wanted to take a photo with us. So that's how it feels to be a celebrity...
Folk-art museum in Sonargaon near Dhaka
Painam Nagar. Decaying mansions built by Hindu merchants, who fled to India after Partition