I think I am not a good blogger. For last few days, everyday I had a wish to write on a specific matter… but for some unknown reasons, I couldn’t make any way out…. can’t make my wishes to a reality….
I am completely a lazy boy with very little enthusiasm..
Is it? I am not sure actually… because, I am going with some problems and busyness
I am very excited for the upcoming tour of my life. this is the only tour administratively supported by the university.
In our undergrad studies of 4 years, it will be the only tour, all our 45 friends along with teachers. Just after 3 hours, we gonna board on bus for 10 days journey named as ‘Study Tour’. We will go to several natural historical places and some technical places as part of the ‘study’ Our tour will be within the country, and believe me, I am very much glad when I am thinking of it!
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I want to tell my blog buddies that I will miss you during this time. May be I won’t be in blog from 16 Nov to 8 Dec…
Sigh….. Long a month! After this tour, our EID vacation would start… and therefore, I would stay in my home without the computer (it will be in my dorm)
But trust me, as I am obsessed to blogging these days, can’t wait to reply seeing a comment in blogs, can’t wait to comment in a new post by you…. I will be back whenever any possible chance would come…
So, wish me and never think that I am far away of you. I will remember you lots of times during these days… everyday… Just pray to Almighty, so that I could come back alive with good health among you after thousands of miles journey
Am gonna share some photos of the places where are we going in next few days. I have collected them from the internet. And hopefully, I would share you some snaps of those beautiful places which will be taken by me!
Lastly, I beg your prayer and wishes. Will be missing you……
See you again!
What I could remember, It was the month of october in 2003 when I had a tour to Cox’s Bazar and Teknaf. I was in class Eleven and the tour was the ‘excursion’ for our batch!
I took some snaps while we were going to the Technaf from the cox’s bazar. It was an exciting road indeed! The narrow road through the hills, canals….
I took all the photos using my “non-digital” camera!!
That’s why they are not that attractive as it should be. The roads can make anybody nostalgic. The famous song was just going inside my head:
Country road, take me home,
The river in the photo is the “Naaf”, which flows from the Bangladesh to Mayanmar. This river is treated as the intermediate river between the two countries.