Silver Sand Havelock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Havelock Island
... How the different interpretations of private speed boat are between nationalities, I think Andaman excursions just mean it’s not a government ferry! Oh well it only takes 5 minutes to get the remaining 4 passengers needed for our “speed” boat which it turns out chugs along not much faster than I could swim! It’s such a picturesque place and the boat journey reflects the general way of life here…..
We make it to Elephant beach ...
... take massive breath in which makes you float. Pearl
seemed to be having loads of problems and kept disappearing to the
surface which is very unusual in diving as you are suppose to try and
sort out all your problems underwater and surface as a last resort.
The exercises due to Pearl and Neech floating off and surfacing took
ages and a hole tank of air. I already knew I hate filling my mask
with water and clearing it and find it really hard to ...
... how many people are getting off at Neil Island before it travels onto Havelock Island. So until 2 hours (that’s how long the ferry takes to get from Port Blair to Neil Island) before the ferry arrives, you don’t know how many tickets will be available. Crazy!
We had decided to leave on thursday 25th September and the ferry left at 12:45. So we were there at 10:45 but after serving just 6 people they closed the ticket office and said ...
... It was an hour and a half with plenty of entering and exiting resorts before we found somewhere cheap enough - £5. By this point my legs were giving up, so we resorted to renting bikes. We had another grass hut for the night, but not as cool as our one on Neil. We checked in then biked down to the local market to put together some food for a picnic dinner which we sat on the beach out front of our resort and enjoyed. - ...
... photo of me, though my beard was so full of snot from the snorkeling those pictures won't be making it as my Facebook profile picture anytime soon.
We then drove back across the island to DiveIndia where we had tea, picked up our new dive log book and filled in the details from our first six dives then got Sayeed to sign them. We also signed up for the advanced divers course, starting on the 12th, so fingers crossed Kate's lug-holes will be completely healed by ...