Yab Yum Resort
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... making sure we didn't run over it because the puppy was following him! Unbelievable, worse than a Ross when he was a trainee zoo keeper/animal tamer. Haha! We walked miles today, don't know where we ended up or what beach it was but had fun in the waves, they were huge. Wedding was going on up the road and had some cracking tunes blasting out. Walking back we seen three fishermen with their huge fishing bet, taking it out into the sea about waist ...
... fishing boats that are always out seemed to come in and thunder started clapping. It was like the start of a disaster film. There was a tense atmosphere as it turned slowly greyer and greyer and one or two rain drops started to form. Unfortunately, to my dismay it was all a bit anti climactic. Nothing really ever happened. It just stayed grey and a bit of rain fell intermittently. I quite fancied seeing a little monsoon, something to tick off the list isn't it? We read until dinner ...
... and family, so apologies for not giving more feedback to everyone on what you have all been doing. We have still been trying to get our deposit back for our flat we rented from Churchill lettings from when we moved out 1st Jan, they give you every excuse under the sun not to give you your money back but are happy to impose strict deadlines when it comes to taking your money, so ******* Churchill lettings, you have ensured myself and Tara could not get that ...
... to check out the beach huts, and chose to stay in one for the week. It was so nice going to sleep and waking up hearing the waves and being right on the beach.
We ate more delicious food again, some amazing white snapper fish, they cooked in the tandoor which tasted incredible.
We spent the week lying in the sun, drinking and eating and meeting some nice people, hard life!
... not massively near a garage and if I did find a garage I'd have to spend money and time getting it fixed, if it could be fixed... etc etc". So I hoped it had just got too hot trying to lug my frame up there. I tried start it at the top but didn't work so rolled it down and eventually tried it at the bottom. At the bottom it worked and I decided to just get back quickly! At the junction by Anjuna I decided to take the other road though but keep the engine running as it should be ...