Sun Sea Resort
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... if our friend the rickshaw driver was still around. He was there waiting for us and immediately grabbed one of our bags and led us to his rickshaw. Air India office? Yup.
Khaleel took us to the Air India office and ushered us inside, where there were two employees at two computer terminals. We approached the nearest one and asked if there were seats available for tomorrow's flight to Kolkata. Nope. How about the next day? Nope. How about to Chennai? Nope. Karen asked ...
... photograph them. We don’t know how much is true but they are the reason for all the extra permits required. There are many rules about where we can go when we are here and we can only go to 13 of the islands to stay, a further 10 islands can be visited during daylight only and 1 we can visit by boat but we are not allowed to get off the boat there. Everything else is off limits to protect the tribes.
Our first day we ...
... go down and hopefully the sun will ease off a bit too. Perhaps a couple of the bikes will be back in an hour or so...still plenty of time for snorkelling. Unfortunately there is no sign of a single bike till nearly 4pm so no sitting under the beach palms or snorkelling for us today. Not that we really mind, we are enjoying a complete rest. One bike eventually turns up so Ian cycles off to the shop alone for ...
The Jolly Buoy is a very small island, but is one of the most beautiful islands of Andamans. The boat men double up as your snorkeling partner. The water is absolutely crystal clear and you get to see some really amazing corals at this island. There is also an option of seeing these beautiful corals through the glass bottomed boats for those who are too scared to ...
... and Nicobar Islands. These artifacts include cloths, weapons, cooking utensils and recreations of some of their dwellings.
This museum also holds the photographs of the native people of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. We were able to see illustration of the four Negrito Tribes of the Andamans such as the Jarawas, Sentinelese, Great Andamanese and the Onges and of two Mongoloid tribes of the Nicobar; the Nicobarese and the Shompens. A nicely stocked and properly organized ...