Travel Blogs from Port Blair
... tengen gikk som smort .. vi må ha tillatelse på å få vær dær i 30 daga sia d e restricted areas .. så vi måtte ha en permit .. å d va jo lætt nok .. å gratis.. å ennu ett stempel i passe ;)
Den hær tillatelsn må vi ha me oss på alt vi ska jør .. bo , bestill bill , bank osv ... greit nok d . :)
Vi va jo så heldi at vi bei henta ... sto en mainn me en lappe FRANK :) Ingen pris diskutering smoooth as silk ... (?)
Gjestehuset va ...
... to a rolling and pitching boat that was much closer to the rocks than it should be. So instead of our nice birthday plan we took off for Port Blair.
We were still up in the air about when we'd actually start the passage back to Thailand - Saturday, Sunday and Monday all possibilities - until we knew the check-out procedures and regulations. Based on the check-in routine we figured anything was possible. In the meantime we took the earlier ...
... the police established various convoys every day with armed officers riding literally shotgun on the bus to prevent violent encounters. A local told me on the ferry from Chennai, that a couple of years ago, there was an incident where Jarawa warriors entered a bus and took what ever they wanted. I don't think anybody got hurt, but he advised me to hide all my stuff and close the windows. I was intrigued...
... I left Gill
at the window took an auto rickshaw into town to get a 'Xerox'. Gill had done
very well in my absence - she met an ex Portuguese pilot with a long john silver earring who doesn't fly
spy planes anymore just cessnas - what a load of bull - anyway I liked
this guy because he had a bloody big stick which amongst other things
stopped the locals pushing past - later he told us that he uses this on
the islands to keep ...
At long last a Jungle Book reference!
We said goodbye to the bongos of Neil Island this morning and set sail for Havelock, the second most populated island on our itinerary. I even broke out a fresh t-shirt for the occassion. The beaches and towns on Havelock are known mostly by numbers rather than their actual names. We anchored off Havelock #7, which according to a number of publications is one of the nicest beaches in Asia.