Bambu Battambang Hotel
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We also spent $6 and spent the last but one day chilling in a 5* hotels pool complete with swim up bar and cocktails. It was money well spent in the 38 degree heat to escape and relax after so much temple hopping. We decided then that we were going to change our plans around and book into an island with treehouses on the beach for 2 nights, something we wanted to do in Australia but had cancelled as we expected rain all the time as it is ...
... found a good householder and off he went and gave a nice presentation. He enjoyed it and wasn't too nervous. There was also another brother who was out witnessing for the first time last week too. Sakain said he is able to come out witnessing Wednesday and Saturday (we study Tuesdays and Saturdays). But unfortunately his niece got the chicken pox so couldn't go witnessing on Saturday. But then I turned up at the group this morning (Tuesday) and he was there! We were ...
... Parents may abandon a child, as they can't afford to keep them. Being so close to Thailand, the parents simply might leave to go and work in Thailand and abandon the child. They may come back, they may not. Even though school is supposedly free, there are still are fees and then there are school books, uniforms, shoes, etc. So alot of the younger kids have never gone to school. CCT send tuk tuks to the slum areas and pick up the kids for school. They feed them ...
... swiftly moved on. Back at the kitchen Graeme and I were very happy to hear that out of the 10 recipes on offer we would be cooking our 3 favourite Khmer dishes: Fish Amok (lemongrass and coconut freshwater fish steamed in a banana leaf parcel), fried pork spring rolls and Beef LokLak (beef fried in oyster sauce, tomato sauce, soy sauce and served with a Kampot pepper dipping sauce). We had tried all of these dishes so far on our travels through Cambodia and were so excited ...
... rode together on one bike to get to the meeting. That hasn't happened for some time. Not sure how it all worked out, but all our bible students got there independently. The hotel was within walking distance of one of Chhay's studies and her next door neighbour. The father of the three kids we study with (who is a tuk tuk driver, was able to bring the kids to the memorial and he even snuck in at the end), another lady (who is ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet