Royal Empire Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 2. The USD is the default currency after all. After about 3 u turns and back roads we arrived at the starting area. Jack and Adam were great and preparing for the 3km run. At about 6am myself and Hans headed to the start and we were off. The route took us around the outside of Angkor Wat's moat. It was a beautiful sight and then we headed into the jungle. What will stick in the mind was the hundreds of kids lining the route ...
All we'd planned for today was to travel to Siem Reap so we had a lie in and checked out at midday. Our coach was at 1pm so as soon as we'd checked out a tuk tuk picked us up and took us to the bus station. We didn't get chance to have breakfast anywhere near our hotel as they were all local cuisine, not necessarily restaurants. We grabbed a drink and a pack of Oreos from a stall at the bus station which is becoming our ritual journey snack! Every time we go to ...
... performed seven days a week) and the international tours that they go on, raising the profile of the local culture and plight of Cambodian youth.
Getting back to the hotel and very tired, we opted for an early night given our last day (no!!!) in Cambodia would also be an early one - 0445 departure to see the Sun rise above Angkor Wat. Definitely a once in a lifetime opportunity and one we weren't going to miss!
Anthony & ...
... that were intent on pestering us throughout the whole journey, Ols was rattled to say the least. The journey was a ride of bumps and nerve wracking moments along the dusty clay roads of Cambodia. We passed through villages where houses were on stilts and every other mile was a Buddhist temple. The grazing cows looked like they had never eaten and could barely stand on their spindly legs, whilst the local school children returning from school with their siblings perched on the ...
... the many “local” restaurants. Of course, they adapted the meals for foreigners in order to sell more, but the food was good and cheap. We ate like kings for USD 3 per person.
We took our time to shop around; I mean to walk around because when it comes to shopping we didn’t buy almost anything, just some sunglasses and some pants for Tez. We ended up going home at around 21.00.
Day 3: June 18, 2014
We got up early at 4.45 in order to ...