Peerless Sarovar Portico
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPeerless Sarovar Portico Port Blair
Our Hotel was the Peerless Resort at Port Blair and a delightful place to have as our getaway to some of the other Andaman Islands, We enjoyed every minute of our stay in Peerless
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... make her sick we thought we’d share the love so hid the other half on the bench, off for a paddle and came back to the pizaa box and bag on the floor with the same sheepish looking dog licking her lips!! Bless her!!
For food tonight, we decided to find the local evening food market and consequently, we uncovered some tasty food, all for a tiny cost. We had egg rolls, momos, fish cakes and samosas with chana masala. All of that for just over £1! Wanting ...
... 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 ...
... and snorkel on Wandoor beach. Whilst the dives we have done have been interesting we know for certain that there are four trainees on the local boat so we won't be gong anywhere exciting if we turn up today. We really haven't warmed to Leon who runs the dive outfit here. It seems to us that it's all about money and not much thought about the client. On our first day he asked us if we'd like to do a particular dive and only after we agreed did he mention ...
... being so slow so I suggest we swap bikes. Aha, now he believes me that the front tyre is flat and he insists we return to base for a better bike :-) We cycle down to the local shop for a few provisions including washing powder...no laundry service here. Still we do have plenty of space to dry stuff on lines on the balcony and everything dries in lightening speed in this heat! ...
... I find it hard not to like the Israelis. They are a very tight bunch, very independent and resourceful. Sometimes my mind plays very weird tricks on me and I must be very careful. This morning I moved to a different place. A little bamboo hut on the beach but a definite upgrade from where I stayed in the last nights and substantially more expensive and on top of the loss I took for having paid for the last place for 3 nights although I moved out one day early with not ...