Indochina Grand Tour any takers?

Anyone else booked on this trip? 

Yep. I'm very much looking forward to it now, sorting out arrangements and stuff.

Hi David,  

We are really excited about the trip and especially getting away  from the British winter. So much so that we are arriving early & leaving later than the tour dates. Our flights are with Emirates and  we leave Blighty on 5th December & return 11th January. Never been to this part of the world before and very intrested in culture & history. Looking forward to meeting you in December.

Regards Rosie & Sandy

Hi David,  

We are really excited about the trip and especially getting away  from the British winter. So much so that we are arriving early & leaving later than the tour dates. Our flights are with Emirates and  we leave Blighty on 5th December & return 11th January. Never been to this part of the world before and very intrested in culture & history. Looking forward to meeting you in December.

Regards Rosie & Sandy

Hi David,  

We are really excited about the trip and especially getting away  from the British winter. So much so that we are arriving early & leaving later than the tour dates. Our flights are with Emirates and  we leave Blighty on 5th December & return 11th January. Never been to this part of the world before and very intrested in culture & history. Looking forward to meeting you in December.

Regards Rosie & Sandy

This is my first leisure / culture tour with Exodus so I am not sure what to expect, especially in the evenings. I am a solo traveller this time (one of at least 5 on our trip). I am travelling out on the group flight with Malaysia Airways, but staying for a couple of days in Siem Reap at the end. I've never been to this part of Asia before.

This will be our second trip with Exodus. We went to South Africa in January. On our Garden Route adventure there were 14 of us, with 5 solo travellers, the group was mature people , average age approx 55+ ( I would guess),  sociable and good fun. The activity level was 1, so very laid back. 

We ate our evening meal with the group almost every night and bearing in mind it was a much shorter trip than Indochina. I would expect if some people  didn't want to eat together it  wouldn't cause a problem.  

All in all I can wholeheartedly recommend Exodus and the way they organised our first holiday. We are confident this trip will be a great success too. 

Hi. I've travelled with Exodus before a number of times, but always to remote trekking places. The groups eats where it stays in places like that, so I'm not used to having a choice. :)

This is a long and fairly expensive trip all in so I think it will probably be a mature group too. I'm 53. Having some evenings out, socialising with a group sounds great. It'll be nice to meet everyone in Bangkok.

I'm pretty much organised already: I've some dollars for visas, my seats on the planes are booked, Heathrow and Kuala Lumpur hotel rooms sorted ... I'm just wondering whether to take a notepad pc, and what to do about any malaria risk.

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