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The tale of the Emerald islands….

Hey fellas,right now am enjoying a bright sunny wintery morning which is surely blissful after a prolonged shroud of gloominess.Finally the adamant Sun has step out of its cocoon.Besides,the morning has something more special to whisper in my ears I.e the nostalgic messages of my voyage(ummm the “voyage” word making me feel like the Vasco Da gama,Happy to be so!) .So I heard,that travel makes you a storyteller,if so then I have surely transcended into one.But “Andaman & Nicobar Islands”speaks story not by words but pictures.

Feeling the ocean breeze….

The compulsory aerial shot…

Beach wandoor..

Nature here plonks showpieces happily.Today it marks the anniversary of my last travel saga I.e kashmir,so I choose this date to unveil another.While in kashmir it was bit difficult to connect to the locals,Andaman scenario was different.The ocean,greens,sunsets ,sunrises and people had its unique hospitality.

Towards limestone caves..


In today’s world when all are in a rat race to achieve more and more,it is indeed a Herculean job to find such a part where resides the satisfied ones who even left the all glittery and shiny metro cities to dwell here…Surprisingly their pride is not confined within a limited space but in all kinds of jobs irrespective of big or small..Today India is a shelter of numerous beggars but Andaman falls short of beggars and to me “Incredible India” exists here…. Life’s journey would be incomplete if no travel.To quote Tennyson.. “To sail beyond the sunset and the baths
Of all the western stars,until I die” Travelling is unravelling and exploring life to the very core enriching our existence.Therefore do travel …

Ross island..
Chidiya Tapu beach sunset..
Sunset savoring at Radhanagar..

The splendid scuba experience…

Β© Pictures : Sanchali chakraborty


23 thoughts on “The tale of the Emerald islands….”

  1. wow, great post, really enjoyed it with the photos!! & I really loved when you said “Travelling is unravelling and exploring life to the very core enriching our existence.Therefore do travel”
    Hey, I found your little space in the community pool, so glad I did!! amazing write up!!!keep writing and inspire us….
    Please do visit my blog when time permits, thanks in advance and see you there!

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  2. Wow such beautiful pictures! Makes me wanna visit the place someday. I just remembered too that I have a friend who’s planning to visit there soon. Gonna share this post with him πŸ™‚

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      1. Hello, loving the amazing pictures. I am the friend that Olivia mentioned is going to Andaman in 2 weeks time. would like to ask you for food recommendation in Port Blair and Havelock islands please?

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      2. You will get a plethora of options in sea food.In portblair we opted Ananda restaurant and tried chicken item but in Havelock sea food is a must try like tiger prawn,lobster,crab and sea fish .The sea food is better in havelock..


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