Three times a year, Enamul leaves his village Kodamtoli, where he works as a day labourer for richer families, to spend one to three months in the 215-kilometres faraway Dhaka. There, he pulls a cycle rickshaw and stays at the rickshaw garage itself to save on the rent costs, like many other men that migrate to the capital in the idle months of agriculture. Driving rickshaw in Dhaka and moving between the city and his native place – mostly on the rooftop of a line bus, always to save money –, he has learnt a lot about rural and urban ways of life, about different kinds of people, and about landscapes.