Golden TaKeo Guesthouse
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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As planned our tuk tuk driver was waiting for us outside our hotel at 9am. He suggested we go to the bamboo train first so it wasn't too hot. Lauren hadn't told me what the bamboo train entails so I assumed an actual train. I soon realised the train was pretty much a sheet of bamboo held together with a wooden frame and laid onto metal wheels with a motor. We were first in line, we had a pillow each to sit on, on our individual 'train'. There was only 1 track ...
After only 2 days I think I can safely say I have unlearned all road rules, codes of conduct, personal hygiene and yet....am not sure which is the better society...one of forced order or one where there is so little, the natural flow of life takes over and society just fits together like a hive of activity, all going the same pace and somehow all much more connected to each other. Traffic rules, the first ...
... guide skills left little to be desired as he couldn't actually speak English. We headed to the ticket office to collect our entry cards when our driver decided to take a shortcut. This resulted in us being pulled over by the police 50m down the road who escorted us back to the ticket office to cross through the 'official' ticket officers before we could be on our way. Critical sun rise time wasted driver, step on it!! We arrived at Angkor Wat, the 8th Wonder of the World ...
We woke up a little later and popped down for breakfast and then got on our bikes and cycled to a place called Wat Thmei which has a memorial stupa built in 1992 containing the skulls and bones of people killed here when the site served as a Khmer Rouge prison. The Khmer Rouge was the name given to the followers of the Communist Party of Kampuchea in Cambodia. It was ...