Terres Rouges Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... rodents! I got back in the hammock because I was so tired! Scott surfaced after a while, he was the only one who slept all night, and every time I woke up last night he was snoring his head off but I couldn't kick him to tell him to shut up, perhaps that's another reason I didn't sleep well, his snoring kept me awake! Our guide made use coffee in our bamboo cups this morning and he had it in bed, what a gent! The coffee was lovely too, Nescafé 3in1 ...
... here. I didn't know that there were indigenous languages other than Khmer in Cambodia. The village had pigs everywhere, our tour guide who spoke really good English gave us our blanket and hammocks and two big bottles of water each that had to last us for the full two days. Somehow we had to fit all of this in or on our bags, it was a struggle but we did it, we had our hammocks hanging from the strap and the blanket through the straps in our bag so it sat flat on our backs. Off ...
... it was cold but not icy, it was refreshening and you felt clean when you got out. We were jumping off the dock to get some good action shots with the go pro, mine are rubbish because there was a water droplet on the lense. We chilled out there all afternoon, Cambodians taking photos of us so I pulled my scowl at a few which did scare one or two to be fair! Muhaha. We walked around the outside to another dock where there were just western people, so we got back in there. I didn't want ...
... 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 ...
... breakfast of noodles and veg with the cat that lived there, and she sucked and munched on these noodles like she had never tasted anything so good! This was probably the easiest meal she had ever had in her life! Soon enough, the pigs and chickens surrounded us, all wanting their piece of the action, and with a few pecks, squawks and grunts from the pigs we tried to make sure that everyone got at least one mouthful. The young kids from the family joined us, and the ...