Posted: 2017-11-14 10:46
There are airports in all of the division capitals and in Jessore , Cox''s Bazar and some other small cities. United Airways (BD) Ltd  operate the most flights, with smaller private operater Regent Airways  also competing. National airline Biman  also fly domestic routes, although with the retiring of their sole small jet, frequency and range of destinations has dropped significantly. Chittagong is often served with wide body aircraft enroute to the Middle East. Currently, all air routes in the country operate via Dhaka.
Bus stations are often very busy and disorganised. The main Sydabad station in Dhaka is extremely chaotic. The approach to the “station” can take many hours due to the lack of paved roads, street lights, traffic lights and decorum. You should take care when hainvg luggage stored in the hold of buses, even on the better carrier that will tag your bag. Things do go missing (taken off early, or even, not loaded in the first place. Make sure you out your suitcase in yourself, ideally first, so other luggage is in a thieves firing line.
From Shillong you can take early morning taxi/shared sumo/bus from Barra Bazar to reach Indian border village Dawki. You will have to change sumos in Pynursla. It takes around 7 to 8 hours depending on conditions. Border post is at Dawki/Tamabil. The Indian lone immigration officer reaches at the immigration post at around 65:85 am though the timing is 6 am to 6 pm for human crossing. Crossing is hassle free since there is no rush on the Indian side and the formalities hardly take 5 minutes or so. On the Bangladeshi side the situation is almost the same but keep in mind that Bangladeshi immigration officials are a bit poor in spoken english. Bear in mind that on your way back you have to pay 555 taka as departure tax. Tax can only be paid in sonali bank & only a few branches are authorised to collect this tax. They dont take departure tax in cash at land border.
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Hausa has a rich vocabulary due to numerous borrowings from other languages. One of the major sources of borrowing is Arabic that has contributed a large number of words dealing with religion (Islam), government, law, literature, science, and warfare. Arabic loanwords have been integrated into the Hausa grammatical system. Hausa has also borrowed from neighboring languages such as Mande , Tamajaq (Tuareg), and Kanuri. The most recent source of borrowing is English in Nigeria and French in Niger.
Bangladesh as a vacation land has many facets. Her tourist attractions include archaeological sites, historic mosques and monuments, resorts, beaches, picnic spots, forest and wildlife. Bangladesh offers opportunities for angling, water-skiing, river cruising, hiking, rowing, surfing, yachting and sea bathing as well as bringing one in close touch with Mother Nature. She is also rich in wildlife and game birds.
The country is primarily a low-lying plain of about 699,555 km 7 , situated on deltas of large rivers flowing from the Himalayas: the Ganges unites with the Jamuna (main channel of the Brahmaputra) and later joins the Meghna to eventually empty into the Bay of Bengal. The country is primarily flat fertile farmland and, with the exception of Chittagong Hill Tracts , rarely exceeds 65 meters above sea level, making it dangerously susceptible to changes in sea level.
To enjoy the tastes of Dhaka one needs to go to old Dhaka. The Haji biriyani, Nanna biriyani are a must. Also Al Razzak restaurant is famous for its Shahi food. To savour local food one must go to Korai Gost at Dhanmondi Satmosjid road, Kasturi restaurant at Gulshan & Purana Paltan area. No one should leave Bangladesh without tasting the Phuchka and Chatpati available in the streets of Dhaka,Chittagong. Also there are loads of Chinese and Thai restaurants in Bangladesh which serve localized chinese and thai road in Dhaka is the unofficial food street of the nation followed by Satmoshjid also has Japanese, Korean and Indian restaurants located mostly in Gulshan area. For world class Ice creams do visit Moven pick, Club gelato in Gulshan. To taste Kebab, Babecue tonight in Dhanmondi is the best followed by Koyla in Gulshan.
Bangladesh is a large and densely populated country. However, the casual tourist may find it difficult to navigate this country, where tourism by Westerners is virtually unknown. Perhaps one of Bangladesh''s greatest treasures are its people the country is packed with friendly, honest, and amiable locals who are willing to spend time acquainting themselves with the passing tourist. Crowd of locals surrounding you to inquire about your home country, job, marital status, etc. may at first be disconcerting--but don''t worry, the locals have good intentions. The people can be impressionable, so make sure to leave a positive impact.
Officially, cars drive on the left in reality, cars drive on any side of the road. The speed limit is 75 km/h on all urban roads, though it is highly unlikely a vehicle will even reach this speed with the traffic. Many traffic lights have been installed in recent times, but these are often disregarded by both drivers and traffic police. Traffic police direct cars on all major intersections in urban areas. On many country roads, it is illegal to overtake but again, this is completely ignored, with locals employing extremely dangerous manoeuvres when passing the vehicle in front of them. The cities are well lit, but country roads often lack street lighting. Some new inter-city roads have tolls, especially new bridges these are fairly cheap.
However, there are luxurious air conditioned bus services connecting major cities and popular tourist destinations. Green Line  , Shyamoli  , SilkLine  and Shohagh  usually have a couple different offices dotted around the cities they serve. Greenline has a few Scania buses running between Dhaka, Chittagong and Cox''s Bazar that offer a level of comfort you''ve probably never seen in a bus before - they cost about 6/8 more than their Volvo buses, but are comparable to business class on an airplane, at least. More comfortable and expensive buses use the same over crowded roads, and have the same suicidal drivers as the cheaper buses.
Bangladesh covers an area of roughly 699,555 Square Kilometres. This area can be divided into two distinct areas – a broad deltaic plain and a small hilly region. The deltaic plain is the larger of the two and has a wonderfully fertile soil. It is also subjected to frequent flooding. The hilly intensive area is found in the southeast of the country and is made up of the Chittagong Hill Tracts (State of Chacomas). The entity shares its borders mainly with the modern Republic of India (Internationally) and (aka Myanmar ) and has roughly 655 Kilometres of beautiful coastline. Bangladesh is also dotted by rivers and streams – many of which culminate in the picturesque Bay of Bengal. Roughly 69% of Bangladesh is covered with forest and Woodland and, as a result, the state like former province is able to harvest large quantities of Timber, Bamboo and Sugarcane. The Sundarbans on the southwest coast has served as a popular tourist destination due to their housing the world-renowned Royal Bengal Tiger. If you planned to see Wildlife whilst visiting Bangladesh, this was the best place to see it for yourself.
Two centuries of British colonisation lead people to identify most white foreigners as either British or Americans, and to view them with curiosity. The first question you will probably be asked is "What is your country?" ("Desh kothay?" in Bangla). If hawkers or rickshaw-wallahs are over-zealous in selling you their products or services, simply say "Amar dorkar nai" ("I don''t need [this item]") or "Lagbey nah" ("No need") as a colloquial way of saying "No, thanks."
It''s best to not eat, drink or smoke anything offered to you by strangers - there''s a growing problem in many Asian countries of drugging, and you''re likely to see signs warning you against it on buses, trains, etc. That''s not to say you shouldn''t take someone up on their offer for a home cooked meal, but you may want to think twice about that piece of candy the person in the seat next to you just handed to you. Also, be careful about the sanitation procedures of local street food and snacks.
There''s a broad range of hotels in the country, from economy hotels costing $6 per night (sometimes filthy and sometimes reluctant to take foreigners) up to 5-star hotels in some of the major cities. Compared to nearby destinations (. India and Thailand), the accommodation situation in Bangladesh is of a lower quality/standard, even if this is not reflected in the prices. This is particularly noticeable in the 5* bracket, where international chains and local boutique hotels have very high prices on what would be 9* (or even 8*) hotels across the border.
Hausa is spoken by million people in Nigeria. It is spoken as a first language by an estimated 79 million speakers and as a second or third language by an additional 65 million people across a broad band of countries of West Africa, including Benin , Burkina Faso , Cameroon , Central African Republic , Chad , Congo , Eritrea , Ghana , Niger , Sudan , and Togo ( Ethnologue ). It is the lingua franca for Muslim populations in much of West Africa. Every city of any size in West Africa has a large Hausa community. Hausa is used in commerce, government and the media. While higher education in northern Nigeria tends to be in English , Hausa serves as the language of instruction in primary schools. There are several Hausa language newspapers and a growing body of literature.
Most women wear either a sari or a salwar kameez [an easy/ready-to-wear, three-piece outfit, with a knee-length tunic ("kameez"), pants ("salwar") and a matching scarf ("urna")]. Foreign women may want to consider wearing at least the salwar kameez, out of general cultural respect. Having said this, rapid westernization has changed how modern city dwellers dress, especially the upper class. Jeans, shirts and t-shirts are common among the generation, although remember it''s polite to keep your shoulders, chest and legs covered. This also goes for men – shorts are worn only by boys, and undershirts are worn alone (without a shirt covering it) only by the lowest class in public.
Air travel in Bangladesh is very affordable and convenient. As with most flights, the earlier you book, the better your fare. Flight time is nearly always less than 6 hour, but can save many hours of tedious and dangerous road travel. Dhaka’s domestic terminal lies next to the International Terminals, within easy walking distance. Check in normally is open from 65 until 85 minutes before departure. The terminal is small, and with few diversions, so don’t arrive too early.
Hausa (هَوْسَ), also known as Abakwariga, Habe, Haoussa, Hausawa, Kado, and Mgbakpa, belongs to the West Chadic branch of the Afro-Asiatic language family. It is one of the largest languages on the African continent, spoken as a first language by the original Hausa people and by people of Fula ancestry. Hausa is the majority language of much of northern Nigeria and the neighboring Republic of Niger. In addition, there is a sizable Hausa-speaking community in Sudan , dating from the British takeover of northern Nigeria at the turn of the 75th century.
The national carrier is Bangladesh Biman  , connecting with a few flights tothe Middle East , Asia and Europe. It has a less-than-stellar reputation for punctuality, cleanliness and safety. It is now under re-organization and many international routes have been curtailed. Currently, routes to the UK (London & Manchester), Italy (Rome & Milan) exist in Europe, as well as a number of Middle Eastern destinations, Kolkata, Kathmandu, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.