Yesterday had been a wonderful day for both of us, we got our first glimpse of the magically beautiful under-water world (Scuba diving in Havelock) and the hangover is still there. Today we had the day to ourselves. We decided to explore Havelock on two wheels. After a fantastic brunch, again at Fat Martin’s cafe, we first headed to the famous Radhanagar beach, once awarded the cleanest Asian beach !
The ride from the resort to Radhanagar beach was as usual. green and brilliant!
Road to Radhanagar surrounded by greenery
After about an hour of so of wonderful ride surrounded by greenery, we finally reached the gate of Radhanagar beach.
The blue waters of Radhanagar beach
After parking the vehicle at the gate, we decided to buy a hat for Ruchi as it was very bright and sunny.… continue reading
As we were already pretty hungry by the time we reached Havelock (Prev. post: Honeymoon in Havelock, Andaman & Nicobar Islands), we decided to quickly freshen-up and come out for our lunch. Within half an hour or so, hungry and tired, we reached Red Snapper, the in-house restaurant of our resort, The Wild Orchid.
Because it was already about 3.30-4 PM, I had a feeling that we might not get food at that time and sadly, that’s what actually it turned out to be. The manager informed us that the lunch time was over and the restaurant will re-open by 6 PM for dinner. However, he told us that there’s another good eatery next door. Yesss!!
In no time, we reached the Fat Martin’s Cafe he had suggested and it turned out to be a very nice place.… continue reading
After months of thinking to write about our honeymoon trip to the Andaman Islands I finally got over my laziness and decided to take it up. I figured it’s going to be a longish post so why not share a bit of Andamans, more of the Havelock island actually, in pictures before I actually start the writing bit 😉 .
I will be posting some of the photos in two sets and then, a detailed log will follow with some useful information that I hope, would be helpful for those planning to visit the Andamans.