Fortune Resort Bay Island
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- Free parking
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... 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 were so tired waking up this morning, super excited that we would be in the Andaman Islands by the afternoon though...trading city life for island life for a little while! It was sad saying bye to our new friends. I was gifted with a lovely hand made bag and some beautiful hand made grass dolls, I couldn't believe how lucky I was! We caught a taxi to the airport, which again, tried ripping us ...
... to our hotel at Laxmanpur beach. We had a quick bite and went to explore the beach which was at a stones throw from our cottage. The place was an absolute charmer.....vast expanse of azure blue waters.....and miles and miles of silvery-white sand.......and not a soul around.
We spent some time snorkeling in its crystal clear water. It was a wonderful experience ...
... of the East." It was the seat of "British power" before an earthquake rocked it in 1941. Now in ruins, a few decades ago, this island was also the headquarters of the Indian Penal Settlement for nearly 80 years. It had everything — bazaar, bakery, stores, water treatment plant, church, tennis court, printing press, secretariat, hospital, swimming pool, cemetery and many other amenities. Today, everything has disappeared except some of the buildings which housed some ...
... on the boat and everyone started talking about the "leopard shark" that I realised what I had been looking at down there! We had been a metre away from a shark!! Leopard sharks are not aggressive though and would never attack a diver unless severely provoked. I still can't believe we were swimming with a shark and I didn't even realise it! Ed also spotted a banded sea snake a metre and a half long on that dive. A very long creature with black and grey segments gliding ...