Letter to Your Friend Describing Your Recent River Journey to Sundarbans

Dear Fahid,

I hope you're doing well. It's been a while since we last talked. I wanted to share something exciting with you. I recently returned home after a wonderful five-day river cruise. We started our journey at Dhaka Sadarghat and sailed to the Sundarbans, which is the biggest mangrove forest in the world. We explored various meandering rivers and then made our way back to Dhaka. It was truly an amazing adventure, and I wanted to tell you all about it.

This trip was actually a part of our study tour. I know it might sound surprising that we chose a river journey for our study, but let me explain why. You see, Bangladesh is a country with lots of rivers flowing through it. These rivers create a peaceful and unique natural landscape. Everywhere you go, there's a sense of calm and tranquility.

That's why a river journey is so enjoyable and captivating. Unlike the traffic jams that often disrupt our city life, there's no such problem on the rivers. When we travel by bus, we're always worried about accidents, but on a river journey, those worries are much less. Plus, there's a lot to learn from such trips. They help us develop a more open and free mindset. 

I'm really looking forward to hearing from you soon. Take care!

Warm regards,
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