Royal Embassy Resort & Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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Hello Everyone. Today we woke in our gorgeous apartment in Kamala Phuket. Our apartment is right on the beach and Dad is very happy because there is surf here today. So he went off and hired a board and hit the ocean. Mum and I spent most of the day by the pool , swimming, lounging on the deck chairs and repeated these two activities for most of the day. ...
... a bat cave, ice cream cave and the diamond cave. Next stop is at the Koh Hong which we visited with a canoe as well. It is a limestone island completely surrounded by cliff walls. After this we had a Thai style lunch break and had a free swim between the some lime stone mountains. The last visit is to Kao Ping Gun also known as the James Bond Island from the movie "The man with the golden gun" and Khao Ping Kan. This island was really a tourist destination so packed with ...
... with a nun who was able with just few words and loving hugs to spread energy and positivity at the point that Ecaterina cried for three hours and called her parents and friends to tell them how much she loved them.
I am going to repeat her experience in India.
At the end I made knowledge with two Italian guys from Foggia, Puglie.
It was also the perfect day for swimming and I enjoyed the sea a ...
... some food. The layout and spread were absolutely lovely. Right up front Pudd said he preferred the breakfast here to Villa Zolitude, which is a big call as we both loved it there. I agreed, but a bit later into breakfast I took it back because the food seemed a little more bland and less tastes, and Pudd agreed with me too. After breakfast Pudd swiped a couple of towels and we went I. Search of the resort's tennis court, which we found on top of one of the buildings. ...
... ordinary. We stumbled across a gem whilst looking for a likely dinner spot. Kopitiam - a Chinese spit and sawdust place with great food and a magic vibe. With main courses pitched at around thirty rands and service by a delightful Chinese lady who explained that she was a retired teacher we were deliriously happy. The walls were plastered with black and white photos of old Phuket and even pictured the airport in ...