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Day 1 – it seems we have landed in a classic definition of paradise. Pristine waters, with shades of blue and green stretching out for miles, soft white sands, swaying palms trees and thick green forest that line the shore, and a calmness in the air that can only be attributed to people who are at peace with themselves and nature. 984 more words


Rajahmundry - The cultural capital of Andhra Pradesh

Rajahmundry or Rajamahendravaram is a beautiful city located on the banks of the mighty Godavari River. Rajaraja Narendra, a Eastern Chalukya king has built this city in 1022 AD… 533 more words


Havelock Island – beach, beach, party, beach, beach, dive!

Staying a longer time on the island and hanging around with Teo I met more people, some of them became friends pretty fast. First there was Jasper & Lene from the Netherlands. 941 more words


Havelock by Jane D. Everly

Combining expensive toys and dramatic fights with institutional paranoia and gritty realism, Everly creates a spy story that will appeal both to readers seeking explosions and those seeking a more cerebral experience. 409 more words


Havelock Island – Scuba Diving: The sheer beauty of floating under water

I enrolled for my open water diving course right in paradise, 4 days – 5 dives up to a depth of 18 meters with a group of 6 students and 2 instructors we first learn the theory, mostly about the equipment and lots of physics and mathematics like air expansion, pressure, air mixture plus some basic hand signs for communication and of course the rules to follow J… 1,341 more words


Bit Coin Currency News -- January 12, 2016 - #cryptsy #Ybcoin #zeushash #STV #allcoin

In case you haven’t noticed, Cyptsy, one of the major exchanges that carries more coin trading choices than almost all other exchanges except for Poloniex, has been having a tough go with its withdrawals on some of the major coins like BTC, LTC, and BTCD, and others.  537 more words

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Port Blair & Havelock Island: Welcome to Paradise

After a short flight and an even shorter taxi ride I finally arrived in Port Blair, the main gateway to the Andaman islands, more than a thousand kilometers off the coast from mainland India just 150 km close to Burma (Myanmar) India does it’s best to support the locals, lots of Bengalis who were relocated some decades ago to claim the islands for the subcontinent being a strategical outpost, politically and of course for military reasons. 762 more words