Fortune Resort Bay Island
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... 15 days prior to arrival. When the captain announced this, the frustration was clear in his voice. The good news came a bit later -- the captain was able to convince the Thilawa authorities that the ship was maneuverable enough to come into port when it was not high tide, so we will arrive early, but not so early that we had to miss Port Blair.
Port Blair is not on the India mainland, but is on one of the 572 Andaman and Nicobar Islands (only 38 of which are ...
... and one of its best features is that it has a good on-site restaurant.
Our tent- cabin had a comfortable bed, a working fan, a bean bag chair (groovy!), a few shelves and an attached private bath with a real shower and plenty of hot water. Best of all it had a covered porch with two wicker rocking chairs and a hammock. In short, it was a little piece of paradise.
Karen went diving three days (six dives). She reports conditions were variable. Good ...
... sand. What a disappointment - I could have sworn it was a ray, and so could Ian! Ian spots some large clams but that's about it. It's a little overcast today which means that, like yesterday, the water is not as clear as it could be. The beach is, however, empty. We expected it to be crowded with locals since it's Saturday. This helps with getting changed as our travel towels are tiny and don't do a lot to aid modesty! We pedal back to the resort via the ...
... by its abundance of natural beauty. This island which is nestled in the north-eastern part of Port Blair, is widely famous as the ‘Vegetable bowl of Andaman’ due to its large produce of farm products. The predominance of the island is being utilized for farming. This island has some of the most beautiful pristine beaches like the Sitapur, Laxmanpur & Bharatpur ...
... show at the Cellular Jail, we stopped at a village restaurant for a dinner of Onion Masala Dosas.
May 30th: What an exciting day, full of discoveries and history about some of the Andaman Islands! After breakfast, we started our day excursion with a drive to the harbor where we were to board a FERRY for our day excursions. Our first port of destination was NORTH BAY CORAL ISLAND to see coral reefs, exotic varieties of beautiful ornamental fish and other marine ...