Silver Sand Havelock
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... The choice of restaurants was minimum so in the evening we visied 1 of the only restaurants we could see. The owner simply asked what shall I cook? No menu or anything, he just said I'll tell you if we have it in. We managed to agree on some delicious, fresh fish. Unfortunately the evening ended in another downpour, meaning we've had more rain here than in the last 4 months of India and it's not even monsoon season! Tourists considered their eco footstep and hired bikes in ...
... out too far, but saw a few single fish milling about then an enormous shoal of silver fish which completely surrounded me and didn't dart off when I swam through them. After that and hearing a couple of speed boat engines in the water near I retreated back to the shore. Another snorkeller then kitted up so I followed him all the way out to the reef without wanting to seem like an aquatic stalker. We found a single clump of rocks teeming with life including a large ...
... surface above us.
We were both knackered after the stress of the first dives. My feet and knees were doing really well though, I had had no pain at all on the dives, probably something to do with the weightlessness of being underwater, and they even felt better for a few hours after the dive too. We went for a beer that evening and had an early night.
Next day we got up at 6.30am again and were on the boat kitting up ready to do a reverse entry into the ...
... were then met by a bunch of pricks collectively known as "The Rickshaw Drivers". They'll take you to where you want to go but from a lot of the hotels they'll get a kick back for taking you there, which is then added to your bill. They tell a lot of lies also, so if you haven't got accommodation already sorted it can be a pain. Our rickshaw driver took us to a place called India Gold, a collection of 30 little huts arranged around a path leading from the road to the beach. ...