Golden TaKeo Guesthouse
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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Meal plan
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Our hotel, the Golden Takeo, had a 3rd floor roof top restaurant looking out on the neighborhood, at about the height of palm trees. Some new hotels were taller but mostly we looked down on corrugated roofs, tree tops, and gravel lanes. Children laughed and yelled. Motorbikes whined, frogs of some sort called at times and an occasional dog barked. …
... pushy. The Made in Cambodia market, although not very large, showcases locally made artisan crafts and food products - much more interesting. The woven items made by the weavers at Grace House are sold here. In the evening we met up with a few of the volunteers and said goodbye to our Australian friends who are leaving tomorrow. When we got home about 9:30 pm, the housewarming party was still going strong, but thankfully the 11:00 pm rule is abided by and it got quiet ...
... with seats that overlook the entire street. Instead of tables they have these big cushiony day beds with little tables. We lounged around all afternoon sipping on beers, talking and laughing about all the crazy stuff we've seen.. It's unbelievable the way we never run out of stuff to talk about! A beautiful way to spend a hot afternoon.
We discovered some really awesome restaurants in Siem Reap. We found Cambodian food to ...
... and watch football instead (Australias semi final in the Asian Cup). Kirsty suspects this is more because the Australian is losing rather than their desire to watch football! So we walk down pub street a bit more and find another place showing it. Grab another beer and watch Murray win the third set and take the match. We have just enough time to grab dinner before heading up to the circus, so pop along to a Mexican restaurant on one of the ...
... for coming into town (to buy something at the bookshop)!! So a quick stagger home trying to keep focussed on avoiding the traffic and then a shower and out again. I am meeting Laurence, my bank account manager from Antibes, at the Sokha hotel. Apart from anything else, the Sokha is where it all started for me at the beginning of 2009 and this was my first time inside since so a bit special. It is also a bit odd to see your bank manager out of context not to mention a challenge ...