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Old 23rd February 2014, 00:12   #16
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What an awesome travellogue. Bro hats off to you. It's like I visited andamans. Photos are top Class, and you just proved again that you don't need fancy camera and lenses but an eye for photography.
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Nice write up and great pics, way to go bro. Really enjoyed it.
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Super super pics Dhanush. Excellent write up too. Enjoyed reading it. Now waiting for your next log
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Old 23rd February 2014, 09:22   #19
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Awesome write up Dhanush, and the pics are really mind blowingly awesome!

Like figo_mba said, its like I visited the Andamans by looking at the pics! Hats off bro, and eagerly waiting for your next travelogue!
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Some superb pictures here.

Thanks for sharing.

I'd like to know if pure veg food is easily available there.
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Old 23rd February 2014, 10:43   #21
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Wonderful travelog,
I also visited there and the waves of Radhanagar still resonate in my ears.
Andaman and the blue waters there are extremely calming.
Here is one pic from my visit.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/avinashgodbole/8613936656/
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Old 23rd February 2014, 11:51   #22
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Simply Amazing! There are so many beautiful and mesmerizing places in India itself, that I wonder if we can see them all. A nicely written travelogue with some wonderful pictures; just loved seeing the pictures. Thanks for sharing, Andaman islands now put in the list of 'my places to visit' !
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Excellent write-up and good pics too Dhanush!

My parents were in Andaman for a week, for their retirement training at the ITC resort. They couldnt stop talking about the beauty of that place for many days. Now i realize what they meant, by seeing the pics.

It was also nice to see the MILAN Display photos.

PS: Is entry to the event restricted (can civilians attend the event)??
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Old 23rd February 2014, 13:35   #24
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Wow pictures are just outstanding buddy. Seriously pro stuff. All these days I have been underestimating the bunch of islands for its potential as a holiday destination.Your pics have almost decided my vacation plans.

Thanks for sharing Dhanush.
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WOW!

I love flying and my secret ambition was always to be a pilot! God decided otherwise and gave me glasses .

The Shots of the runaway are spectacular and by far the best i have seen for sometime!

Thanks for sharing!

Stay Safe, Be Safe!

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Great Clicks!!
Very nice write up.
Lucky you got there in time for MILAN

P.S: Time permitting, a Cruise would've probably bettered the already exciting trip i guess
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Super!
the place, the photos, and the way you have made the posts!

some questions:
can you share the costs / tariff/etc ?
also do you get pure vegetarian food there ? if this is not avlbl, then sadly, i've to give a miss to this awesome place.

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Well put across. And it's such a lovely place, I'm sure you yourself were not satisfied, not being able to put in words which don't exist, but should be able to describe this place, no?
I've been lucky in that I managed two visits to the place for more than ten days each.once before marriage, and the second after marriage, more than ten years later. Only because I kept harping on about how no place in the world compares, that the missus just had to see what was what.
Didn't want to come back either time.
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Nice pics and write-up. And you got the chance to see all those military stunts too. Looks like your friend was right in saying Andaman needs more days to be spent at. Thanks for sharing...
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Beautiful! Dhanush ji, please enlighten us with the details of the hotels, local travel options, food options (sea-food should be available a plenty) and an indicative cost of travel with the family!
Also, how many other islands did you visit? Snorkelling and related activities: did you opt for it?

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