What a great way to travel. Instead of an eight hour trip in cramped bus, we got to spend 2 days travelling down the Seti river. The river cut a steep ravine through the sort of scenery that you get to watch on the Nature Channel. Remote farmsteads were perched percariously on the hillside, with insane terraces making a living just about tenable. Every hour or so a long suspension footbridge crossed the river to be met on one side or an other by a small collection of houses. Travel between these villages must have been a trial of endurance an induanuity for finding a path in the vertigenous cliffs. Anyway enough of verbosity, lets see how the photos are uploading, and I’ll try and get a couple of video clips.
We again met up with a family, from Norfolk, or was it Cambridge? We saw them walk the same Trek as us, chatted then passed on. Having peers greatly helped Louise conquer those boat fears she has had in the past