Terres Rouges Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... that would take us to the start of the trek. Our first walk was a easy 1 hour to our camp site. That was our first site of the insect kingdom that consisted of bigger than our hand sizes of spiders, unknown species of ants an other insects we could not even put names to. Later that night it poured down rain making everyone's hammocks an packs soaking with water. That's when we found out our tarps were not water proof. Next morning we hiked a ...
... glimpse at these animals was magical. The whole experience was so peaceful and just to see them glide across the surface of the river was beautiful. They would swim all around the boat and the only way to know where to look was when you heard the air blow from their blowhole. They were extremely hard to capture on camera, but the best way to see them is to head here and see it for yourself. They are magnificent. We had to stay an extra night in Kratie to ...
... waterfalls. i leave with a hand drawn map only.... after a few wrong turns and asking for directions (99% of people speak no english and you are looking for just one person that might recognise the words 'gem mine?') i reach the dirt track i 'think' is indicated on the map (despite it conflicting with the last local's directions of 30 kilometres (maybe she meant 3 kilometres? or 3 minutes? but it was way off her directions :)) and am hesitantly driving along it when i see a ...
... who were spending Sunday lunch together with friends and family (the thought did however make you feel slightly homesick).
The main town of Banlung isn't much to write home about... yet. However, it was clear to see that they were putting in place an infrastructure to allow tourism to grow and it would be interesting to return in a number of years. Our next stop is Kratie back on the Mekong River, where we will hopefully have some interesting companions - Irrawaddy ...
... coffee to apologise for the delay. He then introduced us to our guide for the day. Boninie. From this moment on the day just kept getting better and better. Jumping on to the back of motorbike, we then drove out to the edge of the jungle for about 30 minutes along dusty red roads, past the local villages and into the countryside. Arriving covered in red dust we couldn't wait to get started.
Here Bonnie introduced us to our ranger for the day. Cashew. He too greeted ...