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Exodus People – Rit Aphiwatthanakul
For 12 years he was a Buddhist Monk. Then he became an Exodus Leader… Cycle through South East Asia with Rit Aphiwatthanakul for a unique insight into his culture, cuisine and countryside.
Andrew Walker Cycle Indochina & Angkor
Claire Norfolk Cycle Indochina & Angkor
My last Exodus trip was cycling Kerala (just before lockdown) and it was fantastic. This trip to Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam was just as good. We had 18 in Kerala and no couples, this one was only 13 and mainly couples so different dynamics but another great group. The whole trip was well organised, especially considering we had to travel through 3 different countries. Nut, our main leader was fantastic and went above and beyond in my opinion. All the many other guides, mechanics, drivers etc were also great, friendly, helpful and informative. I enjoyed the longer cycles in Thailand but feel we saw less of the real country than Cambodia and Vietnam. Lots of culture with temples, rice fields, water buffalo, boat trips etc. The killing fields and S-21 in Cambodia and the War remnants museum in Ho Chi Min City were sombre with many personal horrifying stories from our guides. The home stay was a highlight, lovely accommodation in the Mekong Delta and with a chance to try cooking our own Vietnamese food. Bikes were good, food excellent and nice hotels. Note for next trip, check flight options as there seemed to be a variety of options that were slightly more direct.
Deborah E Vietnam & Angkor- Premium Adventure
This is the first trip I have done when I haven’t felt ready to come home. Vietnam was a delight and a surprise, not how I expected it to be at all, but that is why we travel. I would have loved to have stayed longer to explore the mountains, especially in the company of our wonderful guide Thanh Vu who made every day a treat. There is only a little time in Cambodia, just the temples of Siem Reap, but it was long enough for us to realise that these two countries, despite being so close together, have different cultures and different feels to them. I would not hesitate to recommend this trip.
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