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Travel Blogs from Havelock Island
... Richards original main reason for wanting to come here, famous for its swimming elephant yet all we are met with is banana boats, jet ski’s, donuts, supposed glass bottomed boats and any other motorized water sport you can think of. We walk to end of the bay as far as we can get away from it all, it post card perfect. We aren’t hassled either which a bonus. Settle down with books and soak it all in. Catching up with a fellow westerners we compare travel experiences, ...
... when there is water in my mask. I thought that taking my
mask off would be OK, maybe it would be nice to be surrounded by
water but this was even worse and I found continuously breathing
while my mask was off and my vision gone really hard but I did not
panic and managed it. No one else seems to mind as much as me. We had
a break before our second dive where we had to learn and practise
more exercises such as sharing air incase you have run out and
... a bamboo hut just a short walk from the beach for £6 a night - including our own bathroom & toilet!
All was well here until in the night there were lots of little noises and the second night we discovered what was making those noises.
Even though we felt protected by the bug net over the bed, we just couldn't stay and went further down beach number 5 and found “The ...
... tickets. What!!! We can’t stay on this island any longer we are so bored!. We were told to come back at 1pm and try for the 3pm ferry. Not taking any risks this time, Jody got there at 12:20 and was first in the queue.
Just a couple of hours to kill and we would be on our way. Phew!
Havelock is supposed to be busier and is a much bigger island even though most of it is covered in impenetrable forest. We can’t wait! ...
We were so tired waking up this morning, super excited that we would be in the Andaman Islands by the afternoon though...trading city life for island life for a little while! It was sad saying bye to our new friends. I was gifted with a lovely hand made bag and some beautiful hand made grass dolls, I couldn't believe how lucky I was! We caught a taxi to the airport, which again, tried ripping us ...