Madhabkunda Falls

After visiting the tea estates in Sylhet, we had the opportunity to visit a beautiful waterfall called Madhabkunda Fall. We walked through a picturesque tropical forest when rain started to fall. As we approached the waterfall, it started to come down harder when the massive waterfall was revealed.

After the waterfall, we had lunch then hopped back into the car for a long drive back to Dhaka. We arrived in Dhaka a little before 4 a.m. The next morning I had the opportunity to meet with the Yunus Centre executive director and discuss a project I will be working on regarding best practices for social business.

We then caught up with Younus (our intrepreter) and had two packed days which included a snake charmer! That will be the next post.

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