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... in our hotel lobby), the droning of the big diesel directly behind me, the gentle bobbing and rolling of the ship and the Dramamine tab I popped right after finding my seat.
A driver from Island Vinnie's Resort met us at the ferry and five minutes later we were checking in to our rustic little tent-cabin 50 meters from the beach. Island Vinnie's is a dive resort, focused on providing affordable accommodations for its diving customers. It is rustic ...
There has been a taxi strike in Kolkata for a few days now so getting to the airport may have been a problem if it hadn't been for Ajay offering to help us out.
so at 6:30am we were back at Backpacker offices and a lovely lime green Ambassador car awaited to take us to the airport.
After all the usual rigmaroles of checking in were were off with Spice Airways. This particular plane was named Cayenne!
Now we ...
... he has seen a Titan triggerfish. I have to take his word for it as I didn't see it. The coral is starting to look broken and bleached so we head off into the blue - if we fin deeper we might see some rays. After a while I think I spot something...Ian has seen it too. We stop and hover over a grey patch in the golden sand...there is a thin looking tail thing stretching backwards. No sign of it moving though. I do a duck dive, reach and touch...a great ...
While Chidiya Tapu is probably the best sunset spot accessible from Port Blair, the horizon is obstructed by the hills of Rutland Island across the bay. So, to capture the beautiful colors of the sunset, you actually need to wait for the sun to dip below the hilly horizon. We luckly managed to capture a few shots of this memorable sunset.
Fri, 01 ...
... on the island and for that we needed to board a ferry to transport us and our car. We arrived at HOPETOWN and drove through beautiful
599forested areas to reach the Mount Harriet National Park. The park covers about 18 mi2. Mount Harriet is the highest peak in the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago and is named after Harriet Tytler, the second wife of Robert Christopher Tytler, a British soldier, naturalist and photographer, who was appointed officiating Superintendent of ...