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Khulna is the fourth-largest city in Bangladesh. It is the administrative seat of Khulna District and Khulna Division. In the 2011 census, the city had a population of 663,342. The Khulna metropolitan area had an estimated population of 1.022 million in 2014. Khulna is a port on the Rupsha and Bhairab Rivers.

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Couples Resorts - Why we stay here

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  1. Khulna District has a total area of 4,389.11 square kilometres (1,694.64 sq mi).[3] It borders Jessore District to the north, Narail District to the northeast, Bagerhat District to the east, the Bay of Bengal to the south, and Satkhira District to the west.[1]
    Major rivers of Khulna District are the Rupsa (a continuation of the Bhairab and Atrai), Arpangachhia, Shibsa, Pasur, and the Koyra.[1]
  2. They are truly all-inclusive. Food is included. Alcohol is included. Room service. Tips. Diving (Seriously. If you’re certified, diving is included. They do at least 2 dives a day). Going to Dunn’s River Falls? That’s included! Couples does a great job at making you feel like you’re getting your money’s worth.
  3. The chill vibes. The rooms are beautiful, the staff makes you feel like you’re at home, and the atmosphere is conducive to total relaxation. For me it comes down to this: I can take naps whenever I freaking want.
  4. The rewards program. I’m not about to turn this into a brochure about their rewards program. I’ll just say that it’s very good. The more nights you stay, the more credit you get added to your account, which to me translates into free massages and stuff from the gift shop.
  5. The food. I was raised to be a major food snob by my food snob parents who always took me and my sisters to 5-star hotels in big cities and made us try escargot and other fancy food, who took us to Chinatown in Toronto for dim sum, and who taught me how to make elegant things in the kitchen from scratch. So when I say that the food at Couples Resorts is really good, it has to be true. Also they’ve won numerous culinary awards, particularly for their pastries. Apparently I judge a place by how good the food is and pretty much nothing else.

Things to do

Because there plenty to do on resort, and we basically come to Khulna to do as little as possible, we honestly haven’t done a whole lot in Jamaica besides go to the resorts and stay there, so this is a limited list of what we do in Ocho Rios when we head off property.

Featured Activity - Dunn's River Falls

This is one of the places that is included in the “all-inclusives” at the Couples Resorts in Ocho Rios (This is a $20 per person savings). The resort shuttles guests on designated days and returns them a few hours later. It’s a guided tour and requires water shoes so you may want to bring your own instead of buying them at the resort or at the Falls. Everyone in each group holds hands as they meander up the falls to the top. There are photo and video ops, which are fun if you are part of a large group (DVDs/photos are extra, of course). The falls are beautiful and the tour doesn’t eat up your day.

Climbing the waterfalls is a popular tourist activity and is often, but not exclusively, performed with the help of tour guides from the park. It takes about 1-1.5 hours to climb with short breaks for photographs and video recordings taken by the guides. There are also stairs alongside of the falls for those who do not want to get wet or are unable to manage the rocky, uneven terrain of the actual waterfall.

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Resort Excursions

My advice on transportation in Jamaica is limited to taxis and tours. Frist, the ride to and from the airport is always included in the price of the all-inclusive resorts that we recommend. Next, Jamaicans drive on the left side of the road (like the British do), their cars are almost all right-hand drive, and their road signs are poorly marked. For us, additional travel is always either part of a tour or we call a taxi.

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