Yab Yum Resort

Address: Ashvem Beach, Mandrem, Goa, 403 527, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ashvem Beach, Mandrem, is near Dudhsagar Falls.
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      Mandrem, Goa.

      A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Dec 05, 2014

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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 ...

      Yoga, chanting and snow storms

      A travel blog entry by johneklund on Mar 15, 2014

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      ... off for a spot of lunch at Food Point which consisted of a couple of lovely curries including a rather nice cashew dish. After lunch we saw the impressive Vittala temple. This is the highlight of any visit to Hampi. The main court has a stone chariot with wheels that actually move, there are lots of other small enclosed area in the rather large temple with a large number of intricate carvings in the walls of various Hindu gods and spiritual figures. After Vittala we headed back ...

      Scootering around Goa - flip flops and no helmets

      A travel blog entry by darrendeanna on Mar 24, 2013

      ... didnt cover us. We travelled 10 km south to Calangute and Baga Beach. It appeared to be a popular vacation spot for Indians as it is their holiday season. Locals were enjoying the water sports (parasailing and jetboating). Heaps of boats were in the water waiting for customers. We enjoyed watching it all as we lay on a sunbed sipping a drink by the river. We took a short stroll to the rocks to look back at Ajuna Beach where we are staying. It was a 5 km journey north ...

      When Acquanitances Become Friends....

      A travel blog entry by talyashalev on Oct 18, 2012

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      ... and seen in the new name of the blog, this trip involves a third member joining Emily and I on our adventure. But you'll have to wait a bit until I introduce her properly.

      We arrived in Madgao, south Goa, at around 1am which inevitably left us in the position of feeling very uneasy what with everything being very dark and rickshaw drivers being that little more sneaky. Unfortunately, our plan to stay in Palolem had to be changed as it was too far from the station ...

      Paradise here we come.or is it!!!

      A travel blog entry by fatjap on Jan 13, 2012

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      ... we stopped off at his temple so he could thank his gods for his new jeep! who are we to stand in the way of the gods .so off we trotted, we went with Raj into the temple and it was quite an unusual experience,as we left Raj told us there are two sisters who founded two temples and as he had prayed at one of the sisters temples, the other sister would be angry if he didn,t pray at hers as well. so off we trotted ! Now here,s the thing, whilst out in Indiia ...