Tag Archive: Dhaka


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My grandson knows I love Cha! I suspect most every day for 7 years, I had at least one cup of cha, while in Bangladesh. At my grandson’s grad party it was being offered as one of the hot drinks!  If I would have shut my eyes, I could have imagined myself in Dhaka. It was a similar feeling I had when eating the delightful chicken curry, my daughter-in-law prepared for the party! I confess, I stayed away from the delicious assortment of cookies my dear wife baked, though I indulged in the cheese and meat she so nicely arranged on a plate! And the spicy hot cheese ball was excellent! The loaves of French my wife baked were also a hit, of course with different choices of jam, including strawberry.

Fuchkas Make a Great Lunch

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I miss this breakfast!

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I miss Bangladesh.   As I am uploading this, these ladies are chatting with each other on their mobiles! 🙂   Bear with me, if I have uploaded it before! It might just have been put on Facebook.

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A load of our furniture being moved to another flat which we are preparing for

our son.

Loaded Van Gari

Before

Before

After

After

Lois at Town Hall Market

Little Kid Gets The Bottle

Little Kid Gets The Bottle

This was one of my photos that was exhibited at Kalpana Boarding for the TTL-BIF7 Photo Exhibition.  The exhibition had two venues this year, including Drik Gallery in Dhanmondi.

I actually took this photo while riding a Rickshaw on Asad Avenue in Mohammadpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh.  I have had tea with the gentleman on the left, and he has even given me free rickshaw rides.

TTL7 Exhibition Photo

Electrician

Artist

Artist or Painter?  I know the rickshaw painters like to be called artists!

Monsoon Sunset

Sunset Over Mosque

Sunset Over Mosque