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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... was once rooms coming off them and were not heaps of stone. Whilst in Siem Reap we treated ourselves to western food the whole time, except for showing Yvonne how delicious satay sticks are, as well as pink dragon fruit, which was a shocking fusia pink in the middle and stained our fingers as we ate - yum. There were a traditional Indian restaurant and we ordered our staple Indian food - we would never have thought we would miss it, but we did! We listened ...
... flight the next day, and left to the airport the next morning at 6:00am. The flight was surprisingly quick, and took all of about an hour. Made up of only a single large tradition bungalow, the airport is extremely small. I got my visa on arrival which was an interesting, but easy process that took about a half an hour, and I was off to my "luxury" hotel for the weekend.
This hotel was actually incredibly beautiful. I was extremely happy with my choice ...
Well Cambodia is going to be truly unforgettable Mad monkey hostels are crazy. Met some of the most amazing people during out stay. We spent the duration of the day chilling out by the pool where we chatted to some irish guys we met the night before. They are absolutely hilarious and even after a heavy night the night before ...
... of people, most following eager tour guides. We had heard about the great bas relief carvings of the walls, but it was something else to see them and overhear the guides telling snippets of the legend of "the churning of the milk" and about other battle scenes. Another interesting aspect of the temple, which we had read about, was that it was originally constructed in the 1100s as a Hindu temple, though it was also used as a Buddhist temple in later years, ...
... watching over the corners of the temple.
On our third day of temple touring we completed the Grand Circuit which was a bit closer to the town. Though to make up for the time lost from the day before our driver first took us to the Roulos group. These were also lovely. At our first stop we encountered the oldest temple in Siem Reap. It was unfortunately in quite a state of ruin and there was scaffolding up in many places to hold the structure together. They were ...