There was heavy rainfall in Dawki for two days, so the water had become cloudy. ???? Locals also mentioned it may take at least 2 weeks to get back to a clear state. ???? we had to buy the story, as they had just come from Dawki. Thus we left krangsuri Very late say by 2 pm.
Further, our journey was taking a shift from mountains to plains, we were losing altitude and almost every viewpoint gave us the same view. The view of a plain land till horizon... It was just was 30 km away but it took us more than 90 minutes to reach. If you look closely at the map, the route touches the Bangladesh border before we reach Dawki.
As we were nearing the border say 3 km, the journey became slower as there were trucks loaded with boulders parked to the one side of the road. We saw as many as 700 plus trucks parked occupying half the road. Our driver said all these trucks take boulders to Bangladesh. These trucks are not allowed to go during the day, so they had parked it there.