Sesh Bangladesh*

*Bangladesh, the End. This is it. My amazing 3 months experience in Dhaka is coming to an end... It feels like I got off the plane yesterday and that that I've been here for years. It's strange how new habits settle in, how one adapts to a foreign environment and recreates a safe haven. Things... Continue Reading →


Oh, Incredible India !

New Delhi is so organized and clean and modern compared to what I've seen lately. I guess it's all a matter of perspective! I did see cows on the street though 😉 I spent 3 days here after doing some field visits (in the middle of nowhere...) with another Social Business partially financed by danone communities... Continue Reading →

A wonderful day in Calcutta

The first thing that came to my mind when I thought of Calcutta was Mother Teresa so I started the day by heading out towards the Mother House. A small museum area illustrates Mothers Teresa's inspiring life and you can peak into her simple room on the first floor where she slept and worked from... Continue Reading →

West Bengale

Last week was the Eid Festival, celebrating the end of Ramadan. During that time everything closes in the city and most families go back to their villages. I was told the city litteraly shuts down and was advised to go abroad. So I flew to Kolkata... and it was WONDERFUL ! Here are some of... Continue Reading →

Cox Bazar

I finally had a 2 days week end, so my friends and I decided to "explore" the south of the country and headed to Cox Bazar. We all bought tickets for the night bus leaving Dhaka at 10pm. The ride is supposed to be about 9 hours. Perfect, we would arrive early in the morning.... Continue Reading →

The Trucks

I posted a picture of the Jute truck a few days ago but I just wanted to show you a few more pictures of trucks because I am completely fascinated / terrified (OK that might be exagerated) by them! On the way to Bogra, in the North, I'd say 80 % of all vehicules on... Continue Reading →


Last week I was in Bogra which is in the North of Bangladesh, about 190 km from Dhaka. It usually takes about 5 hours but we left at 6am and the trafic was so heavy that we didn't arrive until 2pm. I am so glad I sleep like a baby in the car (it helps... Continue Reading →

eTa Ki #1 =>> answer

And the winner is.... "Mom a Far"! I promise, there was no cheating 🙂 "I like being on this side of a guessing game. Hum, since Bangladesh is a major textile exporter… and given the other guesses… I am going to guess rolls of Jute?" Yes JUTE it is. And this is a Jute field:... Continue Reading →

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