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... We found a tank full of fish who refused to swim, clown fish without anenomae to hide in and some unhappy looking bat fish. Really, the only highlight of the aquarium was a photo of a crab climbing a tree to reach the coconuts. We both agreed this was simultaneously the most fascinating but terrifying fact we had seen that morning.
Next stop was the office-cum-museum of anthropological studies in Port Blair. This was top of my list before coming but was ...
... a homemade safety video where the staff look really awkward and they manage to stretch out how to put on a life jacket for 20 minutes!! It then moves onto the indian version of MTV where a few of the kids decide to join in in the ailses!! No driver to meet us so we head off down the jetty, mobbed by tuk tuk drivers they chance their luck saying your driver isn’t coming he told me to collect you. We continue running the gauntlet and say if we haven’t found him by the end ...
This morning began in an extremely long and boiling que waiting to (hopefully) purchase the 1pm ferry ticket to Neil Island due to all our planning failing the day before. We managed to get them, horray! and only costing us around £3.80 each for a 2 hour journey. Feeling chuffed with securing our tickets we headed back to the hostel and sorted our bags as well as had some well deserved breakfast. Our nights sleep wasn't the best and the owners ...
... we hop on and for Rs10 we get a ride back to the resort. Here we pick up the bikes and take our snorkelling gear back to Wandoor beach. It's such a lovely beach here that it's hard to imagine that Jolly Buoy could have been that much better and it's certainly less hassle. We go off in a different direction for our snorkel today. The sun's quite bright and the water much clearer so we are rewarded with quite a lot of underwater gems. We find a ...
... Dark Grass Blue
12. Lesser Grass Blue
13. Autumn Leaf Butterfly
14. Dark Banded-bush Brown
15. Bright-eye Bush Brown
16. Medus Brown
17. Common Bushbrown
18. Long-branded Bushbrown
Crustaceans/Fishes/Amphibians/Reptiles/ Mammals seen during the trip
1. Spotted Deer