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Once we had cooled off, we were picked up by our driver and taken to the Southern-most tip of South Andaman Island for a brief beach stay and a sunset lookout. As usual, it was a pretty surrounding and a nice way to spend the evening, but as soon as the sun had set, all the shops shut and we were back in the car headed for the hotel. However our entertainment was a little local beach dog who we thought was needy of our left over pizza, so giving her half, not ...
... train last week was delayed by several hours, we started to rethink this plan. If the plan went perfectly we would have four hours between our scheduled train arrival and plane departure from Kolkata. We had no idea how long the rail station to airport transfer might take. After thinking it over for a while we decided to bypass the train, fly from Guwahati to Kolkata and spend a night in a cheap hotel before our 9:50 AM flight to the islands. Our scheduled noon arrival ...
... supplement' - this turned out to be a £40 supplement plus paying a taxi to transport us to the dive centre. Given that the dives were already £50 each (increased to £75 each before supplement on this particular day and also not mentioned), we considered this to be a rather large supplement. It also transpires that we have to pay a further 12.5% tax on the total...another thing he failed to mention when we asked the price of diving here ...
Today we take a trip to nearby Ross Island, a former British Colonial outpost which was subsequently occupied by the Japanese in WW2. But first we begin with another dire breakfast...today it's plain dosas. We have had dosas before and liked them but these taste terrible and we don't even get a cup of tea today. Thank god we are leaving this dump tomorrow. We reach the harbour and buy our tickets for the half hour crossing. There are lots of boats tied up at ...
Yesterday I rented a bicycle and went to the north west of the island to no.7 beach. I bought a hammock in the market and tied it between 2 posts a lazed around reading and swimming once in a while. The water is an incredible emerald colour in the shallows and the sand a beautiful white and soft. In Hikkaduwa, the majority of tourists were from Russia. Here in Havelock, the Israelis are the most common tourists most of them right out of their military service. They are a good ...