Bangladesh – Always room for one more

When visiting Bangladesh about 6 months ago we noticed that there aren’t many things you cannot fit onto a truck!

It has to be mentioned that the driver did not at any time consider how speedy he was, maybe he was afraid he would be late home for dinner?

Despite the chaotic traffic and over loaded buses in Bangladesh, we didn’t actually see any accidents the entire month we were there. Let’s cross our fingers we will be just as lucky next time we go…

An  apology has to be made for the poor quality of the pictures. They were taken through the window of the local bus we were in. A bus that was almost as full as the one shown, and at least as speedy!  Interesting trip, I have to say.

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2 responses to “Bangladesh – Always room for one more

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