Terres Rouges Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... on the pavement drinking, and arriving by motorbike and scooter to socialise. Some enterprising shops on the far side of the road have spread out mats on the lakeside pavement, and sell beer and snacks. Snacks that go with beer here seem to be boiled eggs and meat! Not quite the same as crisps and peanuts! Last night we went for another hair cutting experience. The salon, as you can see below, is rather different from either of the previous ones. Open onto the ...
... a big turkey. We made noises and it made him gobble back so we found this amusing for a while. The waterfall was pretty good. You could stand right at the top of it and also go to the bottom where there was a big pool. Dave managed to clamber right around to stand behind the waterfall. We then decided to go back and find the next waterfall. When we got back to the main road the track to go there was just like the one we had gone down and it was such tough going for Dave that we ...
... leafy branches he chopped off to put it out! I'm not sure why they set the trees on fire like this, whether it's to keep warm when the farmers are out hunting in the nights, I don't know. After another hour or so we got to some little villages in the middle of nowhere, walking through cashew nut farms. They grow with fruits on the end of them, of course we are in the wilderness so we were offered the fruits. Your just supposed the break the skin and suck ...
... because we had to cut down small trees to get our hammocks proped up and we had make shift washing line out of bamboo for our clothes to dry, candle holders which were bamboo sticks (thought that would be good decoration for aunty Lynne's Asian garden!) The pool was freezing and there were tiny fish in there trying to nibble on our feet again so I was treading water like a mad man! There was a vine in the trees which you could do Tarzan swings off and into the pool, mike had a ...
... off at Stung Treng at the riverside with a few patio chairs and tables out on the pavement and a couple of houses on the other side. A Cambodian man who spoke really good English just laughed and said 'why are you here, there is nothing here to do, your better going to Kratie.' Yeah okay, we have googled this stuff and the mekong discovery trail says that there are things to do here boyo. The more he kept talking the more he made sense, at first we were a ...