Island Vinnies Tropical Beach Cabana

Address: Havelock No 3, Havelock Island, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, 744211, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Havelock No 3, Havelock Island, is near Radhanagar Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Havelock Island

    Paradise or Neil Island as it's better known as

    A travel blog entry by offonourown2 on Sep 22, 2014

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    ... to see us off (we know they didn't really but let us have our wistful moments please)

    Anyway it's more than our little friend did. She saw our bags packed and was off. No last look back at us or little whine to say don't go. Huh!

    So time to move on again and to leave the island you have to book a ferry. Trouble is you can only get a ticket on the day of travel and tickets are not always available. The main land rings ahead with the ...

    Island life

    A travel blog entry by coletteandkam on Mar 05, 2013

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    ... and trees had been uprooted on the beaches. The worst hit was Little Andaman island where 65 people were killed from the disaster. Also several islands had even been completely abandoned as the damage was too excessive to repair. The boat man shared his experience of the tsunami explaining how high the water came and that all businesses were just wiped out. Next island was Neil, with a mere population of 4000 and only 5 guest houses on the island it felt like we were entering a ...

    Oh D(ear)

    A travel blog entry by hobo-magic on Feb 08, 2013

    29 photos

    ... an abundance of lizards, skinks (snakes with legs) and butterflies crossing our path. The mangrove trees towered high above our heads and had huge roots which we had to scramble over. They had mudskippers in the mangrove forest and some pretty chunky hermit crabs who had all chosen the same sort of shell to lodge in. Over to Ed....

    Once we got to the elephant beach Kate relaxed on the sand and I went to out to find the coral reef. I was on my own so didn't want ...

    Under the sea!

    A travel blog entry by hobo-magic on Feb 05, 2013

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    ... could float neutrally at one level. We all had different amounts of 1kg weights on belts around our waists to keep us down. I was very bouyant and had to carry 5kg to stop me floating off! I blame all those delicious north Indian curries. If we are ever shipwrecked together, feel free to use my body as a life raft. The more time we spent underwater, the more comfortable we felt in that alien environment. Every now and then I would get the fear though as I looked up and ...

    Island Life

    A travel blog entry by hobo-magic on Jan 28, 2013

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    ... we legged it to check in, then check in our luggage then got on board.

    The crossing made us both (especially me) feel really sick. From experience (crossing to France on the "Vomit Comet" catamaran from Poole with my Dad) I knew the best thing to do if you feel really sick is lie flat on the floor. No one had to use a sick bag and an hour and a half later we were on the jetty on Havelock island collecting our bags and filling out more endless paperwork at ...