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STB - Saigon to Bangkok - Mekong Explorer
Saigon to Bangkok - Mekong Explorer   glyn (stoke-on-trent) 26 November 2015

We had a fantastic time on this trip and certainly couldn't have done it independently in such a short space of time. Three countries, loads of sights, many experiences and lots of wonderful people. This was
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my first organised tour and I was somewhat apprehensive before we went having done all my travelling independently previously. Luckily we were well looked after by our three guides, had some great travelling companions and were able to fit so much in that I wouldn't rule out further organised trips. Probably with KE too! Most of the accommodation was way above what I was expecting and the provided food was almost always excellent. When meals weren't provided we were steered to 'safe' places because you wouldn't want a jippy belly on this jam-packed trip. Even I managed to stay free of the dreaded Delhi belly so the guides must have done their job well in that respect as well. All our guides were fantastic but Nin stood out in particular. Full of enthusiasm and information with an eye for where to get the best photographs we will be keeping in touch with him for sure. The start of our holiday was ruined by Qatar Airways but everyone at KE looked after us and made sure we were still collected from the airport despite KE getting us there 22 hours late....and without our luggage.... Our guide then hassled them to get our luggage to us as soon as possible despite us being many miles from the airport by then. After that everything was fantastic; from bike rides in the Mekong Delta to getting up to watch the sunrise over Angkor Wat it was an unforgettable holiday and I'd highly recommend it.
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PPC - Patagonia Paine Circuit
Patagonia Paine Circuit   colin (annan) 24 November 2015

Well worth the long haul getting there great views fantastic wildlife

CAMB Backroads of Cambodia
Backroads of Cambodia   john (normanton) 22 November 2015

Great biking holiday. The cycling can be a bit more demanding than the grade 2 suggests due to the heat and the possible pace of the group although the back up team always are on hand to provide the option of a
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lift in the support vehicle. A great itinerary providing a variety of experiences of temples, villages and landscapes including some river trips with fascinating floating villages. An excellent local guide worked very hard to look after the group. Some accommodation was a bit unsatisfactory but our guide was anxious to receive our feedback and clearly looking to explore future improvements.
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In the Annapurna Sanctuary
Annapurna Sanctuary and Poon Hill Trek   christopher (bingley) 20 November 2015

We've just come back from this trek and it was fantastic. We went to Nepal 16 years ago, and now can't think why we left it so long before returning. The country is poor, still recovering from a devastating
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earthquake, coping with fuel shortages as a result of the Indian blockade, but still smiling. We've been on treks in higher, more remote areas but never one with such varied landscapes; villages and terraces, bamboo forests, then the spectacular rock and snow of the Sanctuary itself. We've always been lucky with our trek crew, but never had one quite like this; Dawa, Januk, Raju, Chandra, Tshering, and Mangale were efficient, helpful and just lovely. We've always enjoyed camping and were a bit uncertain about lodges, but they were great; very simple but really clean and with 'comfort toilets'! (Those of us who were ill throughout a 15 day trek on the Baltoro glacier and thought we'd never trek again, are allowed to develop an obsession with toilets.) If you're about to go on this trek - advice. It is very cold high up. Because of the fuel shortage there is no heating in the lodges. We were fine with really warm down jackets and sleeping bags, but if you don't have them, beg, borrow or steal them. (Actually, if it's a matter of stealing you may be better hiring them from KE!) Also, take metal drinks bottles then you can use them as hot water bottles. If you're thinking about going on this trek - advice. Nepal is 'open for business'. Tourism is 60% down this year. They need our money. Go!
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