Hotel Diviyum Manor
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... and some of the passengers were making the trip also, which was interesting as the ship we are joining calls in here prior to going to Mumbia. Ross Island is steeped in history and is where the Japanese surrendered to Lord Mount Batten. Matter of fact everywhere we have been there has been Japanese but not one in sight around here, didn't look in the bunker though! We collected my glasses which have ...
Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, Wandoor
Being in Andamans and not visiting the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park would have made the trip incomplete. The Marine National Park is in Wandoor, which is a small village near the southern tip of South Andaman. Around 29 kms from Port Blair, this park covers an area of about 280 sq kms which is made up of roughly ...
... Settlement at Port Blair in the Andaman Islands from April 1862 to February 1864. We also viewed the Gunman-Cum Security Camp constructed during British rule by convict of penal settlement using local stones and surkhi mortar.
The park is known for its Andaman wild pigs, saltwater crocodiles, turtles and robber crab, which we did not have the opportunity to see - or should I say, we were fortunate not to encounter any of these species? The park is covered with dense ...
... and yes being from Mumbai seeing a clean beach with no debris floating on water was indeed a sight to relish.
Next day was an early start at 5am to Havelock islands. I was indeed surprised to see outside was so bright like mid morning. After 3-4 hrs we landed at Havelock. Another jewel in the beauty of Andaman.This island has beautiful beaches and one of the best was Radha Nagar beach voted as one of the Best beach of Asia by The ...
... beetle with GIANT antennae
One day we woke up really early, 5.30 in fact, to go and wash Rajan a 60 yr old elephant with huge tusks, but it was worth it! When we got to the beach he stood in the water and slumped onto his side - we washed him , scrubbed him with coconut shells and poured bucket loads of water over him. He had ...