- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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It's light by 5am. I find that Ian has spent the night on the floor. Why? He was uncomfortable in bed! Must have got too used to that bed in the last place. Neither of us feel great. We decide to spend the day reading our books, watching downloads on the iPad, playing card games and generally chilling! We start off in a double hammock under the …
Check out at our Port Blair dive is at the ridiculous time of 7am but we are more than happy to vacate, in fact we can't get out of the place quick enough. We pick up some provisions...crisps, biscuits, bottled drinks from the local shop as our next place is going to be fairly isolated so we have no idea what will or won't be available. We ask our …
... very grateful for the tip. Thank you and we hope you made it home safely too.
We took time out to visit the cellular jail which is Port Blair's main tourist attraction. It was built by the British to house people who resisted British rule and plotted to remove them. It actually looks quite nice now but it wasn't like that when it was a jail for sure.
So off to Kolkata again now, then Thailand tomorrow.
See you there
... another litre of water along with a beer and seven up.
We went back to the restaurant at the quay this evening with our faithful rickshaw driver who informed us he had found a ...
... again. This time we ensure the tyres are fully pumped! We set off for the beach to watch the sunset. It's a pleasant ride alongside the tsunami created sea lakes which finally open up into the ocean. The sky is pink with the setting sun which creates a golden lining as it slips behind the clouds. That's it for today. We pedal back in the dusky light and reach the hotel just as darkness is falling. Another satisfying albeit fairly uneventful day ...