Royal Empire Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... with neck and head and feet) and we finish off with deep fried banana fritters which are seriously delicious. I can feel my clothes getting tighter as I think about them!! We also buy some interesting red bananas - short and dumpy with a red sheen like a Sleeping Beauty apple. Very tasty. And then boss Dani lays the ground rules - everyone can go where they want but we leave at 2:30. She'll take no prisoners so everyone listens attentively. The choices are up to the pagoda (all ...
We have been in Siem Reap for a week now, and we really do love it. Its pretty small, as you can cycle from the north to the south in about 25 minutes, and the town centre is quite a bit more picturesque than other towns we have come across in Asia. I'd definitely say its my favourite town we have been to.
Since we visited the Angkor complex, things have been pretty chilled out. We haven't done anything else touristy, only ...
... about the issues still going on with the unexploded landmines, but didn't have enough time to stay and hear him finish.
After our lunch we visited the biggest temple, Angkor Wat.
We had dinner tonight at Hard Rock Cafe, after seeing it advertised on the back of a Tuk Tuk, and that made it our 8th one to tick off the ...
... met with the full force of the childish whimpering that appears to be the tactic of choice for selling postcards to vulnerable folk. Indeed, by now we were well aware that 10 postcards (they count all the way from one to ten to emphasise the value for money) cost onnnnnnne doooolllllllllaaaaaaar - spoken in as pathetic a way as possible to elicit maximum sympathy. I'm afraid this only could work once and since I had no interest in the postcard deal, we firmly but fairly declined ...
4.45am leave for Angkor Wot to see the sunrise before breakfast. Followed by two other temples before quad biking. Unreal day. Facts on Angkor Wot. A Hindu temple. Angkor Wot took 37 years to build. 300k workers, 7000 elephants were used. Sandstone to build it was taken from the top of mountains 65 km away, transported via bamboo rafts before being carried from the river by elephants. How they got some of the massive pillars to the height they did during that era is impressive. ...