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Guest Stories

Patrick Séré, an elderly gentleman, Grand Seigneur by appearance you might say, is a seasoned traveller who has seen many parts of the world. Being born in former French Africa, now Senegal, he had spent his youth there, then moved with his parents via France to New York. After a career as importer of fine vines, he chose New Jersey for this retirement home and base in order to continue discovering quiet, traditional places – such as the Greenscape Nature Resort.

Q: Why come to Bangladesh? 

A: Because nobody seems to know it, at least in the US. I wanted to see the Brahmaputra River with Mymensingh as the center area, then I found Greenscape, a sanctuary I’ve been looking for. A rural beauty with good food and friendly staff. I only wanted to stay a week, now it’s my second. 

Q: What’s you next destination?
To see the teagardens of Sylhet and enjoy their wonderful tea there, but Greenscape will always be a fond memory. By the way, I’ll travel by train, that’s also the way I came from Dhaka. A relaxed way to travel, so that the soul can follow.

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