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Really, there's no need to mail them about it. Just deal with it when you get there - it may not even be a problem. Then, when you get there, IF there is none, ask the staff. Either it's missing and they forgot to put some there, and they'll refill it. Or, they'll be used to non-Bangladeshis asking about this, and will offer you some suggestions. Even if ...


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I have been to Dhaka many, many times. In these times I stayed in two different hotels, they both had toilet paper just like any other hotel in the world. A quick google image search using the query (hotel in Dhaka toilet) revealed a lot of toilet photos for hotel toilets there, all of them seem to show toilet paper. Also, reading Dhaka hotel reviews in ...


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The answer at least as far as Delta is concerned is simple and is listed under Special Items Section of the baggage handling page it also refers to page from TSA on security regulations. So it is as simple as declaring it and following the regulations listed Shooting Equipment Shooting equipment is allowed as checked baggage only. It must fit ...


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I have been there many times (around 15 times), most of the times I spent 1 or 2 days (crew member layover). I only stayed in Dhaka (the capital). Last visit was 5 years ago and once my seniority in the company was better I stopped going there. I do not have much to say but I will try to sort the things I have experienced there which unfortunately are ...


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Maybe. It depends. First you have to get it out of the USA - and there are laws about that. 22 CFR 123.17(c) is the key part of "22 CFR 123.17 - Exports of firearms, ammunition, and personal protective gear.". 17c states that: (c) Port Directors of U.S. Customs and Border Protection shall permit U.S. persons to export temporarily from the United ...


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What makes you think that because you have a permit to own a gun in the US means you can carry that gun in other countries? You can't, you'd need a permit from that other country. And if you're transiting 3rd countries, you may need a permit from all those countries as well (depending on the local law there, and how you're transiting). Karlson already ...


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Ley lines by definition are just alignment of objects or natural elements in a fortuitous line. They are a classic example of apophenia; seeing meaningful patterns or connections in random or meaningless data. So yes, there 'are' ley lines in Bangladesh, you just have to find some natural items which are in a convenient line, and thus, you have your ley ...


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Your post is pretty apt. I have driven all around Asia without a license actually. But, the good thing is Bangladesh accepts International Driving Permit. So, that's what you should apply for (to drive there).


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This might help you, it is an Indian govt site about visa extension.


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You'll get As a Muslim Country like others, Bangladeshi people are used to using toilet paper (gender independent) for two reasons: To become purified as Islam said about using water/solid-soil after toilet, and instead of solid-soil in urban areas people use toilet papers To show high standard - especially in rural areas, people use toilet paper or at ...



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