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Breezing Ourselves At The Sea Villa

DAY 3 - AFTER OUR USUAL BREAKFAST AT FEAST VILLAGE, we went visiting to the Sea Villa, a short walking distance away from our place. We passed through the Royal Bay Beach Club and along the way, we captured these scenes...
Just a five to ten minutes walk to the Sea Villa... 
We wanted to see how it looks like... 
The pool water that drips down and with my good leg, I did this... 
Yes, almost reaching.... 
Most of the villas look similar to one another, just walk along and check out the numbers...
Swimming is not allowed here I think.... fear of jelly fish.... 
As usual, each of us would say this... "Hey, quick quick,  take me like this".... 
Sea villa comes with a porch in front and a verandah behind... 
The three ladies are coming!!
"Hi.. please take a picture of us!"
Got to be fast, the sun was blazing above our heads..
Phew... so cooling inside the room.... 
The verandah overlooking the sea....
And we had a good time taking pictures amidst the sun looming over our poor heads....

                                    Enjoy the sea breeze during the early dawn and evening... 
We quickly got off the verandah when we had completed our photography...
Time to go on with our next itinerary...
The Spa!


  1. Very nice leh! I wonder what it is like to stay in the Sea Villa. But I very takut because I cannot swim >.<

    1. Me too la.. that was why I stayed on the beach... hahahaa

  2. Nobody went swimming? I remember there were people who stepped on the sea urchins, but that was on the other side, at Pangkor. I think there were jelly fish too. Yes, I could see how hot it was - that is why I prefer hill resorts, cool and nice.

    1. Unless one likes to swim.. and hear the waves... I prefer to stay onshore too. :)

  3. So beautiful. I love the villa. Out on the sea.

    I am guessing you girls have enough sunblock for this holiday. Sunbathing everyday from early morning. ^^

  4. 3 lovely ladies with nice poses! After seeing the sea villas, I think I prefer where you are staying now.

  5. lovely ladies with lovely likey! haha!

  6. Beautiful place. Love to hear the waves and smell the sea but never like swimming in the sea.


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