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Excellent Guide Siem Reap

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Thanks to information found on the internet, my husband and I hired Ratanak Eath, an English speaking tour guide, to ferry us around Siem Reap for three days in late January. Ratanak is an intelligent, dependable, good humored fellow who is well informed and able to put together day trips that accommodate to the clients' interests. Rates are moderate and vary only if driving distances require unusual amounts of fuel.

Ratanak and his brother have the following connections: for email, try ratanak_eath@yahoo.com
for their website, try: www.theangkorguide.net
for a blog, go to: theangkorguide.blogspot.com
And finally, to telephone, try +855 92 725552

CarolL

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