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Waking this morning with equally thick heads and dry mouths, we managed to rouse ourselves and get down to breakfast in time to meet our driver at 9:30. Today was a tour of Port Blair, stopping at all museums along the way. First stop was the aquarium, which contained more dead fish than live ones. Contained in jars of formaldehyde, we found specimens from across the underwater kingdom, including sea horses, parrot fish and greyed out clown fish. Finding the live fish didn't offer much ...
... softer bed!! Heading down to use the wifi we bump into a western guy Gwilliam who we had been talking to on Elephant beach. They were sat in the bar having a G&T, popping in to say hi they ask if we want to join them, well lets just say the bill said 6 G&Ts ach and they weren’t singles!! Needless to say I was feeling rather trollied but it was a good night exchanging travel tales…. Madness we come all this way and meet someone who lives in Colchester!!
... and formed an MC (Moped Club) during our stay!:) Our name...MC Hammer (Hammer in Germany is used to describe something cool- like when they talk about their beloved David Hasselhoff!:)) And seeing how cool we are, we felt it was the appropriate name. It is pretty wild though driving scooters in a single lane road on the left hand side while swerving around various farm animals to avoid potential accidents....It was an amazing time we had here.
... before we actually arrived. It's all just a bit slippery if you'll forgive the pun:-) Anyway, we give the baby dives a miss. So what to do now? More snorkelling we guess. We borrow the bikes and pedal up to the beach. The tide is on its way out and we fin off vaguely in the direction of yesterday's pufferfish sighting. Maybe turtles today? No such luck, it's more of the same reef critters. Very pretty but yawn, yawn, we want something different. Ian ...
... Dark Grass Blue
12. Lesser Grass Blue
13. Autumn Leaf Butterfly
14. Dark Banded-bush Brown
15. Bright-eye Bush Brown
16. Medus Brown
17. Common Bushbrown
18. Long-branded Bushbrown
Crustaceans/Fishes/Amphibians/Reptiles/ Mammals seen during the trip
1. Spotted Deer