Fortune Resort Bay Island
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... Beautiful white sand beaches and coral reefs here kept me mesmerized of this amazing destination in India.
Diving in the Andaman Islands was one other thing that was not present in the itinerary earlier, however finally I added this trip on day 06 of my trip as it was a leisure day and I was not doing much on that day. Well, I ended up doing both scuba diving and sea walk here in Havelock Island. Finally, I carried a video and a photograph of my ...
... a sailing club as I have to say
for a tropical island there is not a sailing boat insight. Once back
at port Blair a tuk tuk driver took us to a really **** hotel and
then argued about the price. The hotel was dirty with lots of bugs
and dead cockroaches in the corridors and some dodgy characters but
it was late and you can waste hours hotel hunting, it was just for
... some of the reefs around Havelock Island where we saw huge colorful octopus and surfed 4-6 ft waves off Little Andaman in crocodile infested waters (Check out the opening scene to Thicker than Water, if you want to see the break). But the best part of our time here had to be cruising the islands on moped bikes!....Inspired by SOA and seeing it's a natural fit because of my beard, we quickly cultivated the "Ride together, Die ...
... eventually all our documents are thrust back out of the window along with Rs1000 of the Rs2000 I passed inside. I need two tickets, I say, pointing at the Rs750 boat fee on the sign. Oh no, you must pay for the boat separately, the Rs1000 is for your permit. But the permit fee is Rs50 each I argue pointing at their sign...that's Rs100, not Rs1000, I say! Does he think I'm a complete idiot? Obviously so as the reply comes back that I am a foreigner so ...
24. Red Collared Dove
Butterflies seen during the trip
1. Grey Pansy
2. Quaker Butterfly
3. Common Snow Flat
4. Common Birdwing
5. Common Mormon
6. Peacock Pansy
8. Oriental Gram Blue
9. Indian Common Mormon
10. Indian Tiny Grass Blue