Barefoot at Havelock
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBarefoot at Havelock Havelock Island
We have just had a fantastic week at Barefoot The Hotel was great fantasticaly friendly with the kids and Beach No 7 is truly a world class beach
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Planning a trip to Andamans!!!!! Wondering what to do there!!! Here are some tips:
a) What to do in Andaman and Nicobar?
Andaman is all about water sports/activities, lazing around at beach and short treks....period!! So, plan a trip there only if you want to relax (away from hustle bustle of city life), spend …
... a bizarro continuation of my World Cup tour from last summer: watching India play in an Indian pub. I, of course, was wearing my awesome wristband and for the occasion Greg went so far as to swap out his red bandanna for a green one to better match the Indian flag. Simon and Amanda each had small Indian flags. All of this created quite a bit of confusion though as it was assumed by everyone else in the bar that we were English. India batted first and ...
... dragging the dingy back into the water to head to the other side. And the other side was definitely the way to go. There was a clean beachy area for us to land, actual stairs up to the road and locals who told us there were a couple of villages nearby - one a couple of kilometers down the road and one a little further.
We started walking and after about ten minutes a tuk tuk stopped to pick us up. But this wasn't just any tuk tuk. It was a ...
... so he was going to be the ref. Since we didn't have any goals we'd have to improvise.
SUNDAY, FEB 20
NORTH BUTTON TO LONG ISLAND
Game time was 10:00am and at about 9:45 people started splashing into the water. It was pretty calm and there was no current to speak of. Perfect conditions. Our initial plan - two boats as endlines - fell apart when we realized the boats weren't as close together as we thought. Instead we'd use ...