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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... of the rubber tree sap, to the coagulation and drying of the rubber to the smoking of the rubber to turn it black. The rubber they produce is sent to mainland India and they said it is made into tires. The rubber plantation also grew spices and raised honey bees for honey. In addition there was a large processing area for beetlenuts. We hadn't heard of beetlenuts before, but it is very commonly chewed by many Indian people mostly in paan (which they called an ...
Due to some confusion during our departure I found myself running for the ferry once again and barely made it aboard before shoving off. Only this time I might have welcomed being stranded for another day.
But we were looking forward to an afternoon and morning in Port Blair before flying back to Kolkata and then on to Varanasi. We had a nice room in a nice guest house in Port Blair, and at the recommendation of the owner we took an auto rickshaw and spent ...
... them. He's had enough - its hard work without fin power. So that just leaves me, the hotel owner (Muguli) and Deepak (the resort manager). It was Deepak who saw the turtles a couple of days ago so I am still hopeful for a sighting. Although we fin right back down to the other end of the beach it's still just more of the same. We decide to call it a day and start to head inshore. Suddenly there is a shout from ...
... this...anyways it was time for us to get back.
Adip, the Hotel manager's brother greeted us at the dinner table. With pleasantries exchanged he offered if we would be interested in some Crab Hunting? We quickly agreed and after dinner we were struggling to peer through the darkness in the nearby forests of Laxmanpur beach. Adip had got us head mounted torches but they ...
... whisperer. It was mesmerizing to hear and see this woman call animals (birds, squirrels, roosters, rabbits,
596deer and peacocks), to hear her talk and command them to stay, move or follow her - a gift I have never seen anyone demonstrate in person, just astonishing!
Our next island to visit was VIPER ISLAND, another island full of history and amazing stories. On the way to the island, we passed seven ports and had a glimpse at one of the big floating dry ...