Royal Empire Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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May 3, 2007
Here in Battanbang we are staying at the Royal Hotel; hot water and air con with a roof top restaurant. Price of the room is $20/night. When Arvid planned the trip he had us staying at the $5-$10 options but Irina isn't always agreeing with that. That is probably good for our sanity as long as her brother Al …
... weavers were in early also doing some last minute preparations. Teacher Rith hung three clay pots for the final game of the celebration. More on that later. The young students were arriving some all dressed up. I got a nice photo of one with a very pretty white dress on. Some students had on brand new shirts for the occasion. Once everything was ready and everyone present we all formed a circle out front of the main office. On special ...
Up with the sparrows this morning at 5am. Our bags were out by 6:15am, then we had breaky, did a final cheek and officially checked out by 7:20am. At 7:45 we boarded our bus for the long, long bus trip to Siem Reap - 6.5 hours of glorious travel was expected. Unexpectedly the buses were what was called "business class buses". There were only 3 seats across and more leg room and comfort than normal. John and Wendy ...
... and refreshed we went for dinner, in a posh restaurant adjoining the hotel. We wouldn't ordinarily choose to eat at a posh restaurant, usually couldn't afford to, but tonight it was close and convenient. There seems to be a direct correlation between how posh a restaurant is and how much food you get. Tonight was posh, tonight we got small portions! So whilst the Khmer Curry and Chocolate Fondant were very nice, it didn't exactly leave us full!
... dining in such a special place. The menu is exquisite and I choose the option with 6 courses - water melon and dried fish, puffer fish (yes the one that is deadly if cooked wrong), prawns, pork, quail and finally the chocolate dessert. Each course was delightful and an assault on the taste buds (help, I can't remember - I need the menu!) - we had lotus seeds, flowers, spices and all manner of interesting flavours. It was very special even if the rain at the beginning meant that we ...