I have stayed at Two Dragons on two different occasions. The first time, two years ago and again last week. I read comments about Gordon and have to say I disagree. I met him two years ago and he was very nice... just a dry sense of humor. But now, he lives in the US and there is a new manager. He was very helpful and gave us some great suggestions about where to go. The floors are so clean, you could literally eat off of them. You leave your shoes downstairs which I think helps with the cleanliness. We got the largest room this most recent stay and it was very nice with two double beds. The only drawback is that it was on the second floor near the lounge/ balcony area and at the front of the building. There was a lot of noise so if you are a light sleeper I would recommend getting a room in the back of the guesthouse. Also, be careful in the bathroom when the floors are wet (shower is not separate)... the floors can be slippery. Overall, the rooms are very nice... especially for the price! Every morning I had their banana pancakes and coffee. Such a great way to start the day. There is also a market at the corner of the street where you can get snacks and use an ATM.
One of the highlights of Two Dragons are their tuk tuk drivers. Mr. Maro and Mr. Sith are two that are very trustworthy (along with a few others whose names I can't remember). My friend and I hired Mr. Sith for the three days while we were there. I had his email address from my previous trip so we let him know in advance we were coming. His english has improved so much in the past two years and he is such a sweet man. He has become a friend and I HIGHLY recommend having him as a driver (although they are all nice). He took us to amazing ruins that weren't the super busy ones but just as beautiful. FYI, if you get a tuk tuk to the Old Market don't pay more than $1. If someone says $2, keep saying $1 until they accept or move on to another driver. It is a very short drive and they know it. :) I learned how to count in Khmer from 1-10 and this helped with haggling on prices. I think they thought it was amusing and the appreciated my effort to learn some of their language. And learn thank you... it sounds like raccoon without the "r"... like acoon.
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