... My favourite fellow was a little piglet tied to a tree. We called him BBQ. Cruel I know, but look at dem trotters... can I take him home?
If you see this turning on your right then you should hear a waterfall. It is nothing to shout about but worth a peek if you're curious and have all the time in the world.
We saw dolphins at least a couple of dozen times, although I know my photography may suggest that I'm lying. The tiny black dot is the dolphin... Can't see it?
Still can't see it? Ok we'll move on.
And then as luck would have it, the sun made an appearance on our return journey. (And because we're British we all good burnt.)
On the way back we were weaving in and out of trees. I like to imagine that it's because our guide was trying to please us, but more than likely it was something to do with the current and travelling upstream.
We saw plenty of men fishing in the river using nets & rods and hanging off trees. Can't say that I'd have the courage myself.
Seng Ahloune was right on the river banks on the road that runs parallel to the river, the one which we passed over earlier (when you go it will all become clear I should hope).
What did you think of Four Thousand Islands? Would you like to visit?