We took an uncomfortable 10 hour bus ride from Dhaka to Cox's Bazar, which every Bangladeshi will tell you is the longest beach in the world. Technically, that's not true, that honour goes to Praia do Cassino in Brazil at 250km. The rightful title of Cox's Bazar is the longest natural sand beach in the world, at 120km, which is probably more impressive.
Looking around on the beach, or wherever you are, you might notice the lack of something. The lack of violence and intimidation. We are constantly bombarded with messages from the media telling us how dangerous the world is, how murder is waiting around every corner. They tell us so often, sometimes we forget to look around us and see that it's absolutely not true - most of the time, things are peaceful. It's good to connect with that peace every once in a while, and remember how lucky we are to live in a world where we can enjoy freedom from attack, where we can just sit silently alone or with friends.
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