Grand Pacific Sovereign Resort & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Pacific Sovereign Resort & Spa Cha-am
The resort is absolutely great. Spacious, luxiourious. However the services are a little less. In what universe dare we to charge for wifi? And then 300 Bath a day a device. A luxurious resort should provide that complimentary. Not charge ridiculous amounts because they can.
But the staff is just unfriendly and frankly not interested at all to provide you a warm welcome. Five are actually behind the desk laughing at the guests in public. Nobody in the bar. So for that only three stars. Lay off the entire staff and get people who actually care and it's easy to get five. As for the restaurants; the cooks share the staffs passion.
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Alice didn't want to know where we would be heading. Now she took some time to google every resort we are booked on at this trip. Last year in Canada we had some lesser experiences. A risk I took with this trip. But this time we have award winning resorts. So that's good. Luxury. I have a need for a certain amount of comfort. Alice woke me. By 5:30 …
... It was beautiful there with the reflection in the water. We all got some beautiful shots.
Back in Phetchaburi we stopped at the 'Clean Food, Great Taste' restaurant for dinner. My ability to handle spicy food is a lot better than when I first went there. We all had a really nice dinner together before dropping A back at her house then driving back to our house. I went to bed almost straight away when we got back. I had an amazing weekend but I am shattered now because of it.
... Nw they have huge natural enclosures where they are taken care of by both volunteers and Thai staff. The WFFT was founded by a Dutch guy named Edwin and he has grown both the Elephant Rescue Center (ERC) and the Wildlife Rescue Center to several over a hundred acres. He is currently fund raising in Australia for $95,000 USD to buy more land and build larger enclosures for the animals within their natural jungle habitat.
Back to our first job, ...
... back again in an hour.
We heard loud music in the room and decided to go back only half an hour after we’d left. This time everyone was crowded around the stage listening to the rock music and watching the skankily dressed dances thrusting; not what you would expect to see at a religious event!! Behind the stage was a flag with what appeared to be a temple and a picture of a bald man (possibly the one who was at the entrance welcoming people ...
... exactly on the halfway mark but for whatever reason that didn't happen, which didn't surprise me with the huge language barrier. We stopped at a service station and small shopping area for a stretch and toilet stop; I felt sick so Nana bought me a lemonade then Pa seized the opportunity to get an ice-cream even though when Nana asked he said he didn't want anything. He then proceeded to drop the chocolate coating on his pants - not a good look Pa! On the way ...