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Welcome! I am a British Freelance Writer and Educational consultant who worked in Bangladesh until December 2013. I also have ADHD.
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Neither Here nor There: Travels in Europe by Bill Bryson My rating: 4 of 5 stars I’ll start with an admission: I’ve not entirely finished this book. The reason is convoluted and involves a useless budget airline, a dreadful Asian airport in one of the worst capital cities in the world, a stressed, grumpy and […]
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Tag Archives: Rehab
“I really wasn’t much of a traveler – I couldn’t even find Bangladesh on the map! I had never been to Asia before and had no idea what Bangla culture would be like. I found out that Bangladesh has the seventh largest … Continue reading
The latest news with Bangladesh is as baffling as it is worrying. Is it a first in political history for a party leader to be forced by the Government to take part in elections? Well, Bangladesh’s lovable ex-dictator, Ershad, has … Continue reading
Half this series done now – while I’m enjoying keeping this ‘public journal’ it’s also somewhat like a ticking bomb too. Very mixed feelings. 😦 While the courts continue to debate the legality of Molla’s execution the UN officials who came to Bangladesh … Continue reading
“Here’s to us!” That would be the traditional response at a time when everyone is celebrating a wonderful feat (or is that feet?) like this. But actually, these staff members are more likely to say “Here’s to them!” That’s because … Continue reading