A Timeline of Dhaka Memories in Photographs

As most of you now know, I have recently moved to Jakarta from Dhaka. Dhaka was one of the most amazing places in the world to me, and I loved the 1 year that I spent there. I have so many memories from there, memories that I want to share. So here are some of them.

1movingday

1 – Moving from Glasgow to Dhaka

biriyani

2 – First biriyani of Dhaka

rickshaws

3 – RICKSHAWS!!!!

2firstday

4 – First day at Grace

badminton

5 – Badminton with Chris, Mustafa and Russel the houseboy

pool

6 – Our rooftop pool – Hours of fun!

streetfood

7 – Street food – yum!!!

krabi

8 – Beach holiday in Thailand

localfriends

9 – Local friends

christmasshow

10 – Playing in the ukulele band at the Grace Christmas Show

canadavisit

11 – Christmas in Canada

cricket

12 – Cricket at the Grace Staff Picnic

selfietimes

13 –  Me and Ceyda; my best friend in Dhaka

14birthday

14 – My 14th birthday!!!! Woohoo!!!

celebrities

15 – MLG Hollywood stars!

cycling

16 – Out on the bikes -a super important part of our lives

basecamp

17 – Base Camp Bangladesh for Easter Trip Week

thailand

18 – Easter in Thailand with Grandma and Grandpa – Great times!

brother+sister

19 – Rosie and I – She is so important to me

no.1class

20 – The best class ever!!!! Honoured to be part of Year 9, 2016

elephant

21 – Close Encounters of the Elephant Kind – a scary experience

banglanewyear

22 – Fun times at Bangla New Year – as usual the whitey was centre of attention!

24nepal

23 – Holiday in Nepal – amazing!

family

24 – My brilliant family. We’ve shared so many experiences with each other, but the most important part of our life is that we are together.

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6 thoughts on “A Timeline of Dhaka Memories in Photographs

  1. A great retrospective of your year in Dhaka! Now on to new adventures and memories!! We love it, Oliver!!!!! xoxoxo

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    • Thank you soooo much! We all love it so very much here, and while we are sad to leave Dhaka, we are also super excited for a new life here! Saw the Henri 2.0 pics; with you on not naming her Oliver (although the thought is nice), but I do like Milo. Looking forward to meeting her in person!

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  2. What a well-rounded and all-encompassing retrospective! Honest and funny are two great elements here. You are not only a great writer, but you have become prolific…one of my favourite traits in a writer when I love their work. Keep it up, Oliver. You have many gifts! xoxoxo

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