I started my day with some Bharata Natyam dance practice. I found a good place on the terrace of the beach restaurant that has a tiled floor and enough shadow - because even in the morning I would not want to dance in the direct sun. This was my view:
Oli had his first kite surfing lesson that day, mostly theory and some practice while I read a book on my beach chair and went snorkeling.
There's another resort, the "Caribbean World", and although it's not directly next to ours they let their music blast so loud at the beach that the wind carries it over. I am just glad we didn't go to stay there!
To escape the noise I packed my stuff and continued reading by the pool where Oli joined me later and we swam some rounds together.
There is no village nearby, so our only walking option for the later afternoon was along the beach and past the other resorts.
See, that's how much space there is between us and the Carribean World!
Instead we turned around and walked towards the sunset.
At the Palme Royale you can rent an entire, super-kitschy house if you want to spend your time there with your whole extended family!