Cox's Bazar is the world's longest beach by the sea. I really wanted to go there, and finally, I got the chance. It was March 2, 2010. The head of our school suggested that we should go to Cox's Bazar for a school trip. So, all of us students from our school got ready to go there. We packed snacks, food, cameras, phones, and other things we needed. Our journey began from Rajshahi at 10 in the morning. We arrived in Cox's Bazar the next evening. While traveling, my friends and I sang, danced, and played around. We had two short breaks in Dhaka and Chittagong. We stayed at a big hotel. From there, we could see the view outside. We heard the sounds of the waves in the sea. In the morning, we put on our swimming clothes and went to swim in the sea. We saw waves that were 2 to 4 feet tall from the Bay of Bengal. Then, we changed into our swimming clothes and went into the water. We swam there for about 20 minutes. We saw many red crabs on the beach. After that, we went back to our hotel. In the afternoon, we went to see famous palaces and markets in Cox's Bazar. We visited the Conch market and the Burmese market. We bought some clothes at the Burmese market. Many Rakhain women were running the shops there. Then, we went to the Conch Market. My female friends bought conch shells, necklaces, chains, bracelets, and other things. Later, we went to an old pagoda. It was filled with statues. We explored every part of this pagoda. Then, we saw a really big bamboo. Its width was twice that of a normal bamboo. At night, we went back to our hotel. The next day, we started our trip back and got back to Rajshahi around midnight. The trip was really fun and enjoyable.