Lots of work and lots of progress!

Well, looking like this might be a photo-less blog. Can get photo to upload, but when inserted into the blog, just word gibberish comes through!

So, this will be a narrative. Backing up to Thailand, had a great time in Bangkok, visited Bumrungrad Hospital which was very impressive–met with corporate CEO from there. Had some authentic Pad Thai and Tom Yum soup, and once again, Tuptim Restaurant in Ann Arbor is very close to what I have had in Thailand! Did a little shopping at the endless markets, took a boat ride to the Watpho Temple, home of the Reclining Buddha and I was just very tempted to give that guy a pedicure, but not sure what polish color would look best on his 12 inch gold toes, with mother of pearl inlaid pattern on the soles of his giant feet. Very impressive and put coins in a long line of special offering bowls, and I know that inner peace is coming my way soon!

Ate at an Indian restaurant in Dhaka, very nice, but the multiple mosquitos were a little distracting.

Short plane ride and arrived in Chittagong which is also decked out for the World Cup Cricket matches. Arriving at the guest house was like coming home.

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Published in: on March 11, 2011 at 10:44 am  Comments (5)  

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  1. glad to hear your adventure continues! can’t wait for your return and a breakfast with photos. đŸ˜‰

    xoxo. jane.

  2. Great to read about your experience in Bangladesh. I can imagine the sights based on last experience. The article and pictures came out for the EMU article. It looks great, however I cannot find the magazine. Will try to get a few next week.

  3. Hi, Chris,

    Praying for you right now – spots; tsunami in Japan (may affect your return trip???); work progress on both IHL and ICN. We are all proud of you, kiddo.

    Betty

  4. Hi Chris,

    Sorry I don’t have any ideas about the spots, but I sure hope you get the picture issue resolved. The pix earlier in this blog were so very nice and clear.

    It is so nice to read about what you are up to so very far from home.

    xoxo

  5. OMG re bumps! I feel for you foo. Are they getting better yet? Sounds like an amazing productive trip. Xoxo


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