By Lutfur1
2 years ago

Cox's bazaar

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Cox's bazaar

A holiday to Cox's bazaar the world second longest beach in Bangladesh a country the size of Scotland is worth visiting on my trip there I arrived at the city chittagong by train on a nine hour journey by train from srimangal my home town I checked in the hotel and laid to rest for an hour then a mini bus picked up the tourist and I got in and headed towards Cox's bazaar it was two hours drive and finally got there and grabbed a meal in the nearest restaurant which cost me a fiver. When I finished I joined the rest of the group on the beach the sand was hot and and water felt warm drifting on the beach a young man came upto me and asked if I wanted a picture taken I didn't hesitate and told him to take it and cost £2 I didn't know how he would print it but he took the picture with a looking professional camera and said he would be back in half an hour okay I told him and off went to stroll on the beach half an hour later he came and handed the pictures they looked really nice I paid him and he waived goodbye and left there was a sandwich beach seat which could be hired to sit down on the beach I took a seat on one and looked out in the sea and saw fishing boats and passenger boats steaming as they sailed some people even got ride on boats the afternoon passed by and it was nearly evening I went ahead of the group to get back to the minibus but when I looked back at the beach crowds gathered and I thought what the heck going on and I looked at them and beyond I could see a orange red sun setting and the crowd together went cheering up and loud as the sun set finally and the evening cast over. It was an amazing experience of the beach but I wondered does it happen like this everyday with the locals.
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ze2000 £5 for a meal in Bangladesh is a bit too much?
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Lutfur1 It's a tourist site so it will cost a bit much
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bee @Lutfur1 I would love to go someday. thank you for sharing your wonderful experience, do you go often?
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