Royal Embassy Resort & Spa
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... we reached the beach (despite our best efforts to keep them cool). There is a small fee that covers parking, admission to the private beach, and access to a beach chair and umbrella. The chairs are very close together and the stay can become unpleasant if your neighbors are loud or smoke. However, there is a nice bar and the swimming area is a beautiful protected cove, which helps keeps the swell down.
We left Paradise Beach just in ...
... a Buddha statue that we realized there was more to it than we were shown. I was a little disappointed that our guide hadn't even said anything, but I was also pretty hungry and didn't mind that we were now leaving and headed towards lunch. The buffet was delicious. It consisted of small dishes of each food set out in various places along our table, so everyone shared with one or two other people. There was plenty of everything - always a good sign for mother and I - ...
... and sweet.
Food - In the evening we try something other than Thai, again, we go to Grill Bill. It's very clever and it is a play on the film Kill Bill, it even has a yellow sign. It's run by a guy that is half German and half American. It offers lots of meat dishes cooked on the barbecue, but bizarrely I opt for a salad! Not my best move. The guy running it seems very switched on and has franchised the name, there are three others.
... our Thai boxing stuff ( shorts and a t shirt ). We got there and he showed Henry how he should kick ( I had been in the free class the day before so I know how to kick ). Dad got some cracking photos of Henry and I kicking ! I'll see if the computer will let me add one as it usually crashes. Anyway we then moved onto knees which were really good to have in your arsenal and Henry was awesome at them. Then the teacher said he had two ...
... to see so many people who had pulled over and were trying to help this poor fellow. I hope he survived.
The other thing we saw was a crew, picking up litter along a stretch of highway. This was the first time we had seen this and it was refreshing to see that there is some attempt at keeping things neat and clean in this busy country.
Our overall assessment is that what we encountered on this excursion are domesticated ...