Sala Champa Hotel
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... think he was expecting us to freak out, so our interested reactions kind of threw him off), we drove some more and reached our first waterfall. We had to walk along a trail to get there and got our first glimpse of it through the trees... seeing a massive natural swimming pool underneath it, we got very excited! This was probably my favourite waterfall – the waterfall itself was pretty but not amazing, but the clear pool at the bottom where we could swim, plus ...
... too bad. Managed to eventually get back to sleep.
17/5..up at 7, packed and got ready to go again. Our guide came to fetch us and we went through to the breakfast camp. Everyone's thigh muscles were a bit achy today. Said our goodbyes to Charlotte and Gillian, as they had one more night there. We trekked for about 20 mins to our first zip line. We had 16 in total today. Due to the rain the first zip line was very slippery. B ended up coming in to the platform about ...
... bleeding and an innocent bystander was helping haul both bike and bleeding woman back out of said ditch. Ah well. Don't panic parents, it's merely a flesh wound!
The next day we headed back out on the bike (with Brian firmly back in the driving seat and brooking no argument on the matter) and travelled another 200 miles to Konglor. Along the way we drove through gorgeous mountain scenery, a very bumpy 20 mile stretch of dirt road ...
We paid the hotelier for accommodating Skippy the past couple of days and headed down the road to cross the Sekong River now, to Laos, but first one more injustice before we left Stung Treng. The road to the border was spewing up it's own bitumen at every opportunity. They were bad roads with just a little bit of goodness here and there. It was slow going as Skippy lurched and jerked from humps to potholes, and our truck did not thank us for this bumpy ol’ ride. ...
... was likely all our meals would be the same so dug in to the spread of things across the palm leaves laid out in the ground. The food had been in their bags for the two hour plus journey and it included cooked rice, fish, meat and boiled eggs. We shared the meal with the group of men as well and it was surprisingly tasty.
After a bit more trekking we started zip lining. We had walked down hill a bit and first was a single cable tightrope walk over a river with only a cable high ...