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... where looking back we were both probably close to burn out! We defintley needed to slow things down a bit. We chose only to go to Benaulim and Palolem this time, only doing very short little day trips from there. There is so much more to see and do, but we will do that next time we visit the flat in Benaulim.
We have started to feel more and more at home in Benaulim. Whilst we do seem to lower the average age a bit of your ...
... 30mins late, but as it is a 48hour train journey and we're only hopping on the final 12hrs we'll let them off! Sat with 3 hungover but friendly Swedish people and a Serbian yoga instructor who's very interesting. Tried to go to bed at 6 to sleep till we have to get off the train at 1am, but it wasn't to ...
... incidents reduce to zero. This will give the grubby minded ones something to think about when they trudge up to their office on the 23rd floor, and will help the ‘good eggs’ vent their frustration at their less behaved male peers until everyone realises how to get the unisex lifts back on the agenda again.
But saying all that I wouldn’t actually like to be Mayor here in anytime soon, for fear of being called… well a ...
... beach front (that was the only redeeming feature of this hotel, that was it was 50m from the beach). We walked there to find the place was quite nice on the face of it, they were playing none stop 80's classics such as "I'll be dying in your arms tonight" and "karma chameleon" ect. This put us in great mood and was a welcome change to some of the either Indian or Hawaiian guitar instrumental versions of songs we had been hearing. We had a nice little sing along and chanced our arm ...
... a bike, car, lorry or frankly a wondering animal it would toot as it approached to basically say 'hey I'm behind you' and then more then likely toot again to signal he was over taking. There is a lot of that sort of thing, tooting everytime you approach another vehicle that isn't very far to the left and over taking around corners and all sorts of craziness. Although there is all this madness, and beeping everywhere, I haven't seen a single person get angry or ...