Sun Sea Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Port Blair
... meet the wrath of the stern looking soldiers on the other side. Firstly, get to the front of the queue; second, place all belongings in a tray and push it through the scanner. So far so good. Next, came another queue, this time to walk through a metal detector, only to be met by a body search. Each person was receiving a personalized frisk, so why bother with the metal detector? Some people were being sent back (for unknown reasons) and others tried to push in. Others seemed to reach ...
... times, not as good at others. But beautiful corals and fish. She was real happy with her dive masters. Says they were great teachers, explaining procedures and techniques thoroughly and clearly. Karen is a pretty experienced diver but there are sometimes pretty long gaps between one dive experience and the next, so she really appreciated the attention to detail.
The highlight of her six dives was seeing a 4.5 foot long banded sea krait up close and personal, ...
... Tomorrow we head back to the mainland and Varanasi, we have a load of washing to do and I believe the Ganges is the place. We have really enjoyed the Andamans and the combination of these and our first part of the trip has been good and now we are looking forward to what lies ahead between here and Mumbai as we head into the last part of our ...
... cries Deepak. He is gone in a cloud of sand with me hot on his heels following the trail of bubbles left by his speedy finning. We reach the spot. It's not turtles but a large puffer fish - almost as good. We watch the green spiked beauty as it increases in size at the sight of the enemy (us). Satisfied, we fin back to shore and return to the resort to wash the sand out and take a nice cool shower...we have adjusted to ...
... Of course ours turns out to be the one on the outer edge which means we have to clamber over six other boats, all bobbing up and down in the choppy waves, before we reach ours. I am feeling slightly nauseous which I am sure is down to the rather than the waves. Our boat sets off over the turquoise waters and we arrive at Ross, a veritable little paradise. We pay our landing fee and head off past some very tame deer towards the old WW2 bunkers. ...