Golden TaKeo Guesthouse
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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- 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. …
... and tell the story through acrobatics, music and visual arts. We saw the Sokha piece which recounted one of the founder's life, focussing on the Khmer Rouge and its purge of the intelligentsia and artists. The circus was started as a way to get kids off the street and learn a skill while reviving the Arts. It is also the rebirth of the arts in Cambodia through ...
... was perfect after our long, busy day at the mountain! They also had really good mojitos that they served in handled mason jars with sippy cup lids. After dinner we said bye to Justin and Candy, while Ana and I decided we'd get some ice cream at Blue Pumpkin. We had a nice chat before we had to say goodbye, since Ana would be leaving the next day for Kampot. It was actually a pretty emotional goodbye, and we'll really miss Ana! It was so great to meet ...
... when we misinterpreted his words. For example, he said that we had to stop and get off the bus to take a picture when we went into the park. What he meant was that when we stopped to get the park passes, we would need our picture taken so it could be incorporated on the "actual park pass' for each of us. Angkor Wat is huge in size and has a large man made moat around it. A couple of old ladies gave up about 45 minutes into the guided walk because it ...
... They were very friendly and let us take pictures. Josh was in his absolute photography element and I think I heard him describe it as 'the best day of his life.' Pretty good then.
Finally it was time to to say goodbye to Chris and Josh after an epic week in Singapore and Siem Reap. Thanks guys for the hospitality and thanks Josh for sharing some of your vast photography knowledge with me....it's definitely inspired me to take more and better pictures.