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Banlung, Ratanakiri Province, Cambodia | Hotel
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Next stop, Cambodia - Banlung

A travel blog entry by natandross


... a minority village with an unusual approach to burying their dead. In order to get there we had to hire a ourselves a guide, who would take us to the village, and try to explain their traditions to us, using a mixture of broken English and pictures drawn on the floor with a stick! We were picked up from our hotel in his tuk-tuk and driven for an hour down the dustiest road known to man, fortunately he'd bought surgeons masks for us to wear so we didn't breathe in too much ...

Waterfalls and volcanic lake beauty

A travel blog entry by nataliegodliman


... We rushed to the only other ATM in the town which failed on every attempt with every card we have. Trying not to panic but a bit difficult when we have about $2 in the purse and a $70 visa awaiting us at the Laos border we've already booked a bus to go to the next morning! Then the bike starts making a strange noise so we gingerly take it back to our hostel just as it runs out of gas, but also something on it snapped and we have to pay to fix it with this no money we currently ...

Should I want?

A travel blog entry by s.lukaszewicz


... a town where everyone claimed there is none. but...after my perfect killer look, I told the lady to TELL me where is apparently it was build for us within seconds, lucky us, right?

We caught the local bus back to Da Nang. Sooner then we realized, we were there buying the ticket to Pleiku. All travel cost us the whole 12 dollars. Huge difference hey?

Da Nang..for me, it seems, you just have to take your shoes off ...

Trekking time!

A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri


... in a minority village in Cambodia (no Khmer live there, it is the Krung minority, who speak a different language and are animists, not buddhists). The third day was a bit more strenuous with more hills and few bits of the path that had to be cleared by machete. In the end we thought it was a great adventure and even though we came back exhausted, we'd do it all over ...

Trekking time!

A travel blog entry by luciecox


... cycled to lake Yeak Laom for a dip and some jumping off the peer. Then it was en route for a three day trek in the jungle. The first two days were easy although uncomfortable as we slept on a hammock the first night, outside in the cold and on the floor of a wooden house the second night with no mattress, no pillow, no heating. We pretty much didn't sleep but ...

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