The Amateur Traveler talks to Audrey Scott and Daniel Noll of UncorneredMarket.com about their recent trip to Bangladesh.
Audrey and Daniel and Scott have been on the road for 5 years and recently visited this seldom-visited nation on the Indian subcontinent.
“Bangladesh is the most densely populated country. Imagine this, it is somewhere between 150 and 160 million people in the space of roughly the state of Wisconsin. If the United States had 11 billion people it might feel like Bangladesh. Considering the population density, how it’s able to function, and work it’s actually pretty impressive. But all those people are one of Bangladesh’s strengths. That’s actually why we went there. People said ‘you really should go there because the people are great.’ ”
Audrey Scott and Daniel Noll
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