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Number of Reviews: 203 Overall score: *****
Nha Trang, Vietnam
***** Written

CYCLING VIETNAM

A fantastic holiday with a great group  of people ( the best ever!) A wonderful way to see such an interesting country combining activity, culture,  relaxation and friendship.
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Cholula Pyramid in Mexico
***** Written

BEYOND THE MAYAN WORLD

A chance to visit some of the most impressive sites of pre-Columbian America, spread across three countries from the mountains around Mexico City to the jungles of Central America, whilst also experiencing charming colonial-era towns and churches.
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Fisherman on the banks of the Ganges River at sunset, Varanasi, India
***** Written

DELHI TO KATHMANDU

An unforgetable experience. Busy, frantic India was complemented well by the more gentle pace in Nepal. Chitwan National Park provided a much needed opportunity to relax. In India, the highlights were the fantastic architecture and opportunity to witness daily life in the cities and villages. In Nepal, the highlights were Chitwan ( elephant ride to view rhinos etc. Excellent bird watching opportunities) , superb mountain scenery.
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Luang Prabang, Laos
***** Written

DISCOVER THAILAND, LAOS & CAMBODIA

I really enjoyed this trip. I had always wanted to see Angkor, but Laos wasn't somewhere I had thought much about before, but it is a very beautiful country with very friendly people and seeing it from a boat on the Mekong must be one of the best ways of doing it. The trip includes quite a bit of free time either for going on other excursions, or taking it easy, which means different people can take the trip at their own pace - most of us kept very busy. I saw other comments suggesting that you can get templed out - towards the end I think I proabably did, but there is so much else included, that this wasn't a problem as we just did something else.
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***** Written

I loved the way the trip was structured: a gentle start followed by a few days of tough (but not too tough) hiking, building to the spectacular dunes and then ending with the relief of reaching the oasis. It was like a storybook adventure.

Pagodas, Bagan, Burma
***** Written

DISCOVER BURMA

This was a most wonderful and enjoyable trip to a fascinating country and people - well planned itinerary, excellent guide and a congenial group of co-travellers.
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U Bein Bridge at Amarapura, Mandalay, Burma
***** Written

BURMA HIGHLIGHTS

This was a fascinating trip to a little known country and I saw all sorts of wonderful sights that I had not known existed.  We saw a lot in a relatively short time so it was busy, but there was relaxation time as well.
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Vineyard near Stellenbosch, South Africa
***** Written

CAPE TOWN AND THE GARDEN ROUTE

At my keyboard, wearing thermals to protect against the sub-zero, late-November London weather, it seems longer than two weeks ago that my concerns were about whether I had enough sun cream on.  The tan marks will soon fade, but not the memories of a wonderful trip.
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Temple, Khajuraho, India
***** Written

NORTH INDIA EXPLORED

As a whole I liked this trip: complete, well organised but there were a few things that made it not excellent as I had hoped and looked forward to. This was the poor cleanliness of the hotels: I can say they were acceptable but you do not have to look to much (corners, bathroom, armchairs, paint, switches where your fingers could stick, etc.). Great halls but the rooms did not match the outside appareance! Also, I was shocked by the huge amount of litter and dirt on the streets: never seen that anywhere else in the word and... I have travelled a lot... Other people in my group shared the same idea. The rest I knew = the poorness and the noice. I could cope with the poorness but the noice was sometimes unbereable! They blow their hoorns non-stop: it is they way of driving...! And the drive like mad! Crossing the road and arriving at the other end save is a real challenge!The palaces, forts and temples were a real pleasure for the eyes and senses but I find we visited them to quickly. Visiting such huge places in just 1 or 1,30 hours is too quick: I had the impression to be a Japanese rushing to visit as much as possible and just having time to take picture to be able to finally enjoy the trip at home... But it is true that I am not used to organized trips and maybe they are all like that... A pity because I had no time to really feel the place and fix it to my memory and senses and God knows that these places are worth visiting in a more relaxed manner so beautiful they are!
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