Fortune Resort Bay Island
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... times, not as good at others. But beautiful corals and fish. She was real happy with her dive masters. Says they were great teachers, explaining procedures and techniques thoroughly and clearly. Karen is a pretty experienced diver but there are sometimes pretty long gaps between one dive experience and the next, so she really appreciated the attention to detail.
The highlight of her six dives was seeing a 4.5 foot long banded sea krait up close and personal, ...
... a couple of reviews on the internet about it and although it was still a bit sketchy, it appears you can get the permits when you land. However knowing how India and Asia works, it is fair to say we were not completely convinced.
So now we were heading straight for the islands, still with no special paperwork in hand, winging it as usual.
Well we landed and our fears were thankfully unjustified as we were waved over ...
... we need some munchies. We've already cleaned them out of ready salted crisps. Fortunately they have a few packets of salt and pepper flavour as we don't like any of the various curry varieties. I'd kill for a milk shake drink but they have none. Buttermilk, suggests the lady shopkeeper? I take one to try and will come back for more later if it tastes nice. Back at our room we wash our kit and hang it out to dry. We need to get it sorted as we'll be ...
... However, out of all these, it is only the Jolly Buoy and the Red Skin islands which are open for public every six months alternatively. At this time of the year, it was the Jolly Buoy island, which welcomed us.
The boats and streamers leave from the jetty next to the Forest Department office from where you book your tickets to the Marine National Park. There is ...
... semi- evergreen forests of outstanding natural beauty.
From Mount Harriet's tower we had a good view of the sea, Madhuban Beach, a light house, forested areas and the Tsunami affected areas. The Park has colorful plants, many varieties of trees; of interest were a special Mango tree giving very small size of mangoes and the Giant Ficus Tree. As we walked around the park into the forest, I could hear the chirping sounds made by various kinds of birds as the welcomed ...