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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MONDAY, FEB. 21
LONG ISLAND TO HOMFRAY STRAIT
Apparently navigating the Homfray Strait could be a little tricky so the plan was to time our arrival so we'd be going through it with the current. That meant leaving Long Island at about 9:00am. But at about 8:00 Simon and Amanda dinghied to shore. Hmmm... A little while later Simon stopped by to let us know that Amanda was going to skip the mosquito-fest, spend the night at Blue Planet and ...
... were making their way back from a short visit to the beach. I swam up to them in time to hear the dreaded words: sand flies. No matter how beautiful an island it was, sand flies pretty much ruined it. Once we got past the sand fly update I was presented with a very interesting offer. Time has a super power watermaker and a super power water maker means showers. What they didn't have was milk powder, which they needed to make yogurt. Trevor claimed ...
A couple of hours later we were anchored at Inglis Island. For a deserted island it sure was crowded. We pulled in right before Time and there were already three catamarans anchored on the far side of the sand spit. Five boats was the most we've had at any one anchorage since the day we checked into Port Blair. Not wanting to crash the cat party, we anchored on the near side of the spit.
The beach was another powder white ...