Pearl Park Beach Resort
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Travel Blogs from Neil Island
... wonderful coloured fish, all ranging in sizes. The high salt levels made you float, so this made viewing all these beautiful fish much easier. We had such a lovely time. Our time at Elephant Beach came to an end soon enough as we had the hike and bike ride back to beach number 7 to return our snorkel sets and watch the raved about sunset from here. We enjoyed a nice cold drink with our new friends Emma and Matt watching the sun set. It was really nice, but we couldn't ...
... went for a walk to the ferry terminal in hope of an early morning ticket to Havelock or Neil. No such luck! All we sold by lunch time and the only ones remaining were for 1 or 2pm. We weren't too bothered about hanging around Port Blair for half a day so we went to see what our options were. Ross Island which we were wanting to visit was closed, so that was out too. Nothing seemed to be ...
We were up at 05:30 this morning to catch the fast ferry to Neil island. We purchased the tickets when we arrived on Wednesday and by the amount of people at the terminal it was a good job. We took a car to Phoenix jetty and when we arrived we were told to get on a shuttle bus, about 50 people climbed on the 30 seater and luggage was piled on the engine compartment next to the driver, he had to let the handbrake off first otherwise he couldn't get to it. I hate traveling on buses ...
We took a ferry from Port Blair, the capital of the Andaman Islands, to Havelock. I cant begin to explain how beautiful the island was, with beaches far more exotic than anywhere we had ever visited. We stayed in a perfect beach hut with a hammock on the balcony overlooking thick forest and shadowing our hut was a huge mango tree, each morning we cleared the ground and enjoyed the fresh fruit for breakfast. We shared our hut with a vast array of other creatures, including man size ...
... on the boat and everyone started talking about the "leopard shark" that I realised what I had been looking at down there! We had been a metre away from a shark!! Leopard sharks are not aggressive though and would never attack a diver unless severely provoked. I still can't believe we were swimming with a shark and I didn't even realise it! Ed also spotted a banded sea snake a metre and a half long on that dive. A very long creature with black and grey segments gliding ...