The Rose Apple
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Rose Apple Siem Reap
Nice friendly place, it a swiming pool. It`s a short walk to the market and `pub street' but we felt perfectly safe even at night.
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... now at 41 degrees during the day. Whenever we ordered drinks we asked for an extra glass of ice because the ice in our drinks was melting faster than we could drink them. Friday was party day at Grace House to celebrate Khmer New Year before the two-week closure. Before both the morning and the afternoon parties, the staff and students gathered in a circle to say thank you to us volunteers for all of our work. It was a day of races, games, crafts and dancing. I helped the children in ...
... re-building old temples and unearthing crumbled pieces of the past. We also found time to make friends with some kittens, eat great food, try some Cambodian beer and plan our sojourn in Nepal!
We were disappointed to have only 6 days in Cambodia. It is surely not enough time to do a country justice, so we will be back one day. However, with only 6 weeks left on our journey we needed to head to Kathmandu right away to start our trekking in the Himalayas! Stay ...
... asked Natalie if she wanted to dance, so we all got up and danced. I shouldn't say all. The Khmer men don't seem to dance, so the 4 women and I went to dance This party had a live band. They were playing Khmer soft rock music when we started but by the time it ended they were playing some good old Khmer rock and roll. Seems to be tradition that they dance around a table that is set in the middle of the dance floor. Same as last wedding. By the time we hit the dance floor most ...
... of Africa. His dad decided to open a hotel in Siem Reap and then this restaurant, which opened when Sebastian arrived a year ago or so. It doesn’t really explain why the coolest grown-up bar in Siem Reap is here, or why the food is so fantastic, or even just why people from Reunion Island decided to move to Cambodia, and are so incredibly Parisienne in every way except that they are extraordinarily warm and welcoming. But it’s remarkable by any ...
... Khmer dishes, although this restaurant does offer vegetarian options, so we had Amok with tofu instead of fish or chicken. Getting home is usually a bit of a challenge because we are on the outskirts of town and the tuk-tuk drivers rarely speak English, so there is a lot of gesturing to indicate where we need to go. Tonight was a little bit crazier because we were going home in the dark and the tuk-tuk didn't have much of a light. Anyway, we made it ...