A Total TaiTai Tale

Tale of a Total TaiTai who was in Beijing & Beyond and is now in Singapore & Surroundings!

Tag: sylhet

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Trying to finally implement all that I have (re)learned: layering, separation, shadows, highlights, etc.

But also going with my guts feeling and photographing the way I want and feel comfortable. Following my own path. Because at the end there’s only one person I need to please and it’s myself.

It’s all about the journey not just the destination

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One last colorful, buzzing market.

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One last stop trying to connect with the amazing people we met along the way.

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One last stroll through the lively streets

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One last tea by the side of the road….in those tiny glass with way too much sugar.

Each of those cups of tea we consumed in those 10 days in Bangladesh were as unique as the people we met. Well each merchand had its unique bland of spice they would ad to the tea,

Every 10 cents spent was a trip of its own.

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Day 10 – December 6

Free day: Fish market and surrounding streets. Leaving Sylhet for Dhaka and flight back home in the evening.

That’s it, the last pictures of Bangladesh, freely rooming the streets of Sylhet on our own.

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And that’s all for today.

One more day left from my trip to Bangladesh.

The end is near 😉

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The making of… the bricks and the drying.

So labor intensive.

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The day wouldn’t be completed without a stop at a brick factory 😉

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Made in China.

He stayed close to me and kept looking at me. Not that it had been unusual for kids (and adults) to stare at us.
I kept being drawn to him.

All the kids kept saying “Made in China” and he was laughing.
I then realized they were talking about him, that’s what they were calling him.

I asked our local guide why they were calling him Made In China. He didn’t know.
Then after looking at him he seems to come to the conclusion that the other kids might me referring to the fact that he didn’t look the same and that he must be from a different ethnic background, an ethnicity closer to the China border.

你好 Ni好吗? NI Hao, Ni Hao Ma? No response.
Definitely not Chinese, but definitely a connection.

#MonPlusBeauSouvenir

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