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Jan 15, 2014 - Days 148 to 151 - Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam

Arriving at Green Hope Lodge at 5.00pm on Sunday 12th January after a short three hour journey from Saigon, I felt great entering the place as it seemed so relaxed. After settling in to my lovely cabin, I met my fellow residents and found out that the price on the internet I had found was about 30% more than I would have paid if I’d just turned up. Oh well, at least it only amounted to $5 out of pocket! I spent my first day exploring Cat Tien NP by bike and foot and it was bloody hot; definitely the hottest day of the trip so far (perhaps...

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Jan 16, 2007 - Da Hoa to Bao Loc

Distance: 17km Her thoughts: In the morning everything was better. It was sunny and warm out. The restaurant cat rested on the restaurant dog. People were starting to show up for breakfast, and to pay their respects to the Virgin Mary shrine. We took our time in the morning; starting with a slow breakfast, followed by some photos, playing with the friendly cat and then packing up. By the time we started to head out on the road, the air felt hot. The first 7 km or so were all uphill, followed by some undulating hills into the town of Bao...

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Jan 15, 2007 - Dau Giay to restaurant near Da Hoa

Distance:110km Her thoughts: I had to show a little piglet out of an outhouse this morning after breakfast. She was hanging out in there, eating this and that. It was one of those outhouses, which look (both inside and out) like a pile of rubble and wood, and you hesitate for a moment before entering. Once I passed through the eroded wooden door that barely stayed together I could tell I was in the right place by the pile of used toilet paper in one corner, a cement squatting toilet in another and the unmistakable smell throughout. I felt...

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