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Md. Rashidul Hasan Masum
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Funny Jokes android app goo.gl/NJ1DIs available at google play store.
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Multiple Selections in Brackets
I imagine this is how an octopus writes code. :D I'm really liking this open-source editor: brackets.io

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S.A Residence
Dhaka, Bangladesh.

An astonishing modern architecture Of Bangladesh
with an amazing combination of rural and urban flavor. 

#residence #dhaka #Bangladesh #modern #architecture #amazing #rural #urban #astonishing  
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I was invited at this ceremony 
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One of the most spectacular natural caves I've ever adventured into, Tham Lod is a piece Mother Nature's masterpieces in the Mae Hong Son region of Northern Thailand. The Lod is a natural limestone cave system, its main feature is the freshwater stream which runs through the middle of the cave for about 200-300 meters. Inside it's walls are covered with massive formations and columns over 20 metres high, making you feel like very insignificant. Right in the middle of the cave there is no artificial light, so to explore the caverns inside you need a guide with lantern to show you around. I decided to attempt walking through the cave myself on foot, unfortunately the water was too high and I couldn't walk much further than 100 meters inside before making my way back to the exit. 

This photo was taken just inside the exit of the cave, standing on one of the 50 meter columns overlooking some kayakers making their way downstream after paddling through it. The funnest way to explore the cave is on the water, hiring a kayak from Cave Lodge, and with an experienced guide you can do 2-6hrs kayaking downstream to many more amazing caves. It's such a rush, and easily the most fun I had in Southeast Asia. 

Tham Lod Cave in the Mae Hong Son Wilderness, Northern Thailand.

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