Romeo Palace Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the Headliners show which we have already seen twice this cruise. We had a drink in the Crows nest then went and got changed back into shorts and took a bottle of red up onto deck 14, found as dark a place as we could and had an hour star watching with the big binoculars, it's around 29C with a nice breeze and it was a relaxing 90 minutes or so before going back to the cabin and bed! Nite, ...
... Thali was twice the price of the other place. At this point, us three girls were in a bit of a mard, we are all obviously too used to getting our own way. Soon after we'd ordered and had our drinks in hand, Andy cleared his throat to make a toast to us all and we chinked as he continued to say he has a bit of an announcement to make, and pulled a ring box out of his pocket and proposed to Sulli!! In her surprise, she said "are you kidding," Lauren was in shock with her ...
... a 40 hour working week, whereas the average falang sponsorship of a full-time Thai partner is between 300 and 500 pounds per month (based on my knowledge). Taking full advantage of misplaced Western benevolence is Marissa, who still occupies the house opposite ours, despite the fact that her UK partner, Stavros, went home nearly two months ago. When we left on our mini-odyssey, Stavros had finally seen sense after 13 years of handing money over hand over fist to a Thai ...
... able to fall off. We could see everything and could smell all the different smells. On our vehicle was a girl covered in makeup, straightened hair wearing designer sunglasses, a tight mini dress and high stiletto type shoes. I thought she was a bit crazy and she ended up flashing me her underwear half the ride as her dress was so short. We arrived at the hotel area, who h was actually behind the hotel. We could see the hotel building above us and immediately realised we ...
... wanted SPF 60+. They do not really need this level of protection but no one other than myself wanted to get a tan. I do not know why you would go to the beach and not get a tan. I think it has something to do with distancing yourself from the poor farmers/laborers who spend the majority of their day in the sun and hence are darker. By the time we reached the beach it was almost 4pm. They puzzled me even more by lathering the ...