Sacrifices, Challenges, & Opportunities

Where do I begin? There was no one word that could describe how I felt as I was packing up to go home. I felt kind of foolish because the real straw that broke the camel’s back was my dead LaCie harddrive. When I got home, after the culture shock, I felt lucky. The blood tests I took here helped explained why I was feeling so sick, tired, and ill those last few months in Bangladesh. But, in the best case scenario, this problem was due to the iron-heavy drinking water in Bangladesh. What does that say about what awaits me when I return? I certainly don’t want to stop this project – although, given the financial (and now medical) strains, it’s only a matter of time until I have to stop.

This video is one of my sadder videos. It’s also one of the least watched videos on my channel. So if you haven’t already, please do take a look:

Some photos of my return trip after the jump.

The Dhaka to Hong Kong part of the journey lent itself to this beautiful view as we flew into the sunrise…

Sunrise (Dhaka to Hong Kong)

Even though it’s just an airport, I was absolutely amazed at the view. I really like those hills…

View from Hong Kong Airport

Here’s a shot of the hills just before take-off..

Hong Kong (Just Before Take-Off)

And some amazing views after take-off:

View of An Island After Take-Off Beautiful Clouds View After Take-Off from Hong Kong

Although I definitely had a mixture of feelings about leaving, the view during the journey back was absolutely amazing.

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