Category: Travelling

One Heck of a Hardware Store

Ever since we have been at the Evergreen RV park, we have driven past a nice looking little restaurant located just yards down the road. It never looked open so we sped past it day after day after day. It is called The Bucket of Mt. Eaton Restaurant. Finally, weary of Bob Evans, we decided to stop and see for ourselves what this barren restaurant was all about. Surprise! It was open for business and we were ready for breakfast. The atrium was overwhelming. It has an enormous antler chandelier hanging above us. We waited to be seated even though all but two tables were vacant. That’s always scary: no cars; no people = bad place and bad food. We felt daring, though. It was run by Mennonites. The menu included all meals. Good choices; good prices. Our breakfast was perfect. What had we been missing? Never judge a book by its cover!

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Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach in Bangladesh

                    Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach in Bangladesh

Bangladesh, a gift of God, is abounding of natural sceneries and historical places. Without observing it everybody misses a lot of blessings which are supernatural and human created. There are many islands, rivers, green fields, animals, historical places, buildings, monuments and unbelievable things and elements which alwaysl charm us all most.

Madhabkunda in Bangladesh

Madhabkunda is considered as the largest waterfall of Bangladesh. It is located at Madhabkunda under Moulavibazar District in Sylhet Division. It is about five km away from Dakshinbagh railway station, and 350 km from Dhaka city.  Madhabkunda is located about 5 km from Kakhinbage railway station, the nearest station of Madhabkunda.

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Ahsan Monzil in Dhaka

Ahsan Manzil, one of the historical places in Bangladesh, is situated at Kumartoli along the banks of the  Buriganga River in Bangladesh. The construction of this palace was started in the year 1859 and was completed in 1869. The Palace became the Bangladesh National Museum on 20 September 1992 to preserve the cultural and history of the area.