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Number of Reviews: 162 Overall score: *****
Angkor south gate, Cambodia
***** Written

CYCLE INDOCHINA & ANGKOR

 523.3km cycled in 30+ Degree heat (Im pretty sure that was the number! Definetly the 500 and .3km is correct thanks to Colins GPS), phew, luckily snacks and juice and wet icy towel always available at every stage. This was due to first class organisation and the talent and expertise of our trip guide Wasan who always made Plan A work out, but also always had Plan B up his sleeve just in case! If anything I wish we had cycled more as this was the best part of the holiday. Merit is also due to the more mature ladies of our group who kept up throughout. When I am 75 (the oldest of them) I will dream of being able to do half off what they did. Hotels were also better than I expected and good quality throughout. It appears the trip is about to go through a reorganisation of local staff though so I cant vouch for its future maintenanence of the allready extremely high quality. 
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Cyclist, old car and palm trees, Cuba
***** Written

CUBAN HIGHLIGHTS RIDE

First cycling holiday experience for me.  Good mix of cycling, seeing the country/sites, and free time.
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***** Written

DISCOVER SIERRA LEONE

An adventurous trip offered by few companies. Wonderful rainforest terrain, white sandy beaches, island remoteness, chances to share in community life
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***** Written

First time with Exodus, never having previously traveled this style. A truly fantastic experience made by our traveling companions and the african guys as much as for the activities.  

***** Written

A well-known British comic complains about overuse of the word "awesome" for trivial items and how it needs to be re-claimed. I claim it for this holiday!

***** Written

An excellent trip which takes in a lot of varied culture & scenery. A lot of very memorable sites, cities & peoples. As you travel west towards Xinjiang, the geography, food & history changes dramatically. How long the regional cultures will remain intact with China's policy of relocating some of the Han majority west of the country is hard to say so I would recommend visiting the Xinjiang province sooner & whilst the Yuan is still comparatively weak. The hotel accommodation was fine & the food fantastic, a real highlight of the trip for me. There were several long train journeys but in general the trains were good quality & comfortable with AC, even in the west of the country.

Sunset at Baobab Alley
***** Written

MADAGASCAN DISCOVERER

It was an interesting trip, with rather a lot of travelling on poor roads though we saw some interesting sights, a wonderful town market, where we were perfectly safe, and a village which thrived on illegal stills. To an extent the hotels were better than I expected in a poor African country.  I liked the food, particularly the Zebu steak, and the sea food. Plenty of lemurs being charming. Too large a group for the nature walks. It seems a shame that the State seems to be going down hill. Rather too much of a security problem in Tana to walk about. Some lovely craft work to buy, particularly the marquetry. The leader Solo was excellent.
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Cinque Terre, Liguria, Italy
***** Written

TUSCAN DELIGHTS

A lovely relaxing holiday. Beautiful weather. Peaceful atmosphere at the farmhouse and received a very warm welcome from the family. Very good evening meals.
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