Golden Mango Inn
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Before we arrived in Cambodia, I'll be honest, I didn't have the best feeling about it. What I'd heard suggested lots of hassle and lots of poverty and suffering. Both hard to deal with.
We flew from Vientiane in Laos to Siem Reap, making Angkor Wat our first stop. That almost rhymes.
I can't think of a way to convey just how …
... ahead and got in. The rest of the ride we all felt slightly nervous, although our nerves were eased by the beautiful, lush countryside we drove past. Everyone (the 3 others in the taxi and I) agreed that the beauty of the scenery erased much of the anger and frustration that had developed at the border. The others said they were prepared to hate Cambodia but they no longer felt so sure. I promised them that the rest of the country was nice to travelers and they ...Siem Reap, KH.16, Cambodia courtenay
... and finally it changed to clear blue skies! \
After Angkor Wat, we made our way to Angkor Thom, the Bayon-which was absolutely spectacular with its 4-sided faces of Buddha, and then to the Palace of the Leper King, Thommanom, the WaterWheel, Phimeanakas, Preah Palily, Prasat, and Baksei Chomkrong.
Carlin was feeling ill and needed rest, so at 12, I left on my own, I was determined to see these magnificient structures ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGolden Mango Inn Siem Reap
Nicest guesthouse I've ever stayed in! Owner and staff were very helpful, and Sok the tuk-tuk driver was great! Very close to temples, and a free tuk-tuk ride into the city center. Would love to stay there again!
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