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Trip Report Siem Reap

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Not long back from our third trip to Siem Reap, and this was the best.
We had an awesome guide in Kanha Reath, (kanhareath@gmail.com) one of our party was slightly disabled and Kanha went out of her way to make sure she didn't miss out on too much at all.
Even though she's been a guide of the Temples for many years, it was very obvious she genuinely loves them and respects them, and she was a wealth of knowledge.
We spent 5 days in Siem Reap, staying at the Angkor Paradise Hotel, which was very comfortable and the majority of the staff were delightful.
All the tuk tuk drivers were great and so helpful.
Because one of our party is highly allergic to chilli/curry we ate at the Tell Steak House and had a unbelievably brilliant cheese fondue, the best schnitzel at the Old Vienna Restaurant, Café Indo Cine as usual was a winner, several meals there.
The Beatnik Speakeasy was a regular haunt, best cocktails in town and next doorish is il Forno a beautiful Italian restaurant.
Our last meal was at Raffles, best burgers, lol.
All together an awesome holiday and we look forward to returning again, and have worries highly recommending all of the above.

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