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Welcome! I am a British Freelance Writer and Educational consultant working in Bangladesh. I also have ADHD.
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Category Archives: Life
Today Wifey, Surola mashi and I went into town for some last-minute shopping. Taking a vangari, we enjoyed the view of the fields between LAMB and Parbatipur, our nearest town. Then, into the market area to get the shopping … Continue reading
Wifey was woken early this morning to the ominous slow trundle of a long military convoy on the main road outside LAMB compound. I slept through it, of course. But others heard and saw besides Wifey. It’s not unknown for the army to … Continue reading
I love how things just ‘happen’ in Bangladesh. Despite continuing mayhem in the country – we live in times where people have to ask the Government to ‘stop killing us please‘ – somehow people are managing to limp along. Those … Continue reading
Bangladesh is in a stranglehold as the two main parties continue their battle of wills using the people as pawns. Almost continuous hartals, strikes and demonstrations, are announced every day with more vehicles and property destroyed, more people killed and more days … Continue reading
“…we’ll have a barrel of laughs…” …as the old WWII song goes. Turns out it’s true too. The day was relatively mundane with wifey at the office and myself trying to get some articles written. But after lunch, we tackled the area … Continue reading