Pearl Park Beach Resort
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Travel Blogs from Neil Island
... road we will take them up of the offer. Then he appears, a sigh of relief!! We have moved on from the honey moon CD of Whitney Houston and the classic love songs to Michael Jackson!!
Back to Sinclairs in the room next door to previuosly, not wanting to face another hard bed we phone down to ask to move. Within the next 5 mins a swarm of flying ants manage to somehow make it into the room, making a quick escape we go down and ask to move. Down grading gives us a better TV ...
Today's adventure started with a pick up at 5:30am armed with the standard vegetarian takeaway breakfast consisting of cakey, fluffy white bread, artificial cakes and mango juice topped off with an apple and a banana for good measure!! So, a trip to the ferry port and onto the MV Rani Changa. Although we had assigned seats, we found that lasted about 4 seconds as large Indian families piled into whichever seats could accommodate such large numbers. To add to the commotion ...
... a great place to meet and talk with other travelers and divers, most of whom were Indians but others from Europe and Australia. Haven't run across another American for some time.
Karen's dives were in the morning, so after she returned and showered we would go out exploring together. We took three trips across the island to Ranaganar Beach (aka Beach #7), our first evening for the fantastic sunset, and two more times during our stay just to swim and enjoy the ...
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 ...