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... the rooms. If we had known I suppose we would have caught the 08:00 and booked the rickshaw earlier. We sat on our balcony looking out over the ocean feeling quite contented and thought that maybe if these places were covered in 5 star hotels they would be spoilt. We walked to the end of the island to watch the sunset and had a cup of tea from a beach seller, he was using bottled water but the tea strainer and pot looked like they hadn't been changed in a month of Sundays. We ...
... of the British regime. However, the entire island is well maintained by the Navy. One can see many Spotted Deers that are allowed to roam freely in the island. They are so used to the tourists that some of them are ready to be fed by your hands.
The Viper Island is another island which reminds you of the Cellular Jail. Infact, this jail was used before the Cellular ...
... intertidal regions of the world. The specific regions where these plants occur are termed as 'mangrove ecosystem'. These are highly productive but extremely sensitive and fragile.
JUNE 1ST: We were off at 5 AM to the Port Blair Airport with a connection to Chennai and to our BANGALORE destination. We have decided to change our reservations to an earlier time and different airline (Spice Airlines) and since there was some rain in the area (the Monsoon rains ...
... This museum has details of the various tribes in the Andaman and Nicobar islands.
Next day we left for our respective cities taking back memories for life time.
Last , i would like to end this blog by saying Andaman islands is a great holiday destination which is due to the get the tourism that it deserves but I am wary of the over exploitation of this place. Given a chance i would love to revisit this place again.
... in the mangroves, snorkelling at the beaches, cleaning and feeding an elephant called Rajan.
Rajan was quite big he ate bananas in groups of 5 including all the skin. His tusk had crossed over so they had to trim them and some other people got to scuba dive with him because he can swim!
The Boat to snorkling ...