My Adventures in Seychelles
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It always feels good to meet Indians in foreign land,although now I have realized Indians are almost every part of the world.so it wasn't much of a surprise to me .There were a variety of cuisines available in the hotels in the vicinity.so food wasn't a problem as such.Infact I tasted one of the best south indian dishes there.Â Second day wasn't much of an outdoor ,we just soaked ourselves on the private beach of Mahe of our hotel.Third day we planned for the Eden islands ,which is a harbour for all the yatches.its around 45mins to 1 hour from beau vallon.The public transport is hassle free and very economical.The fare is 5 Seychelles rupees from any two points of the entire city.we had to change our bus from Victoria,the capital of Mahe, to reach Eden island.Eden was breathtaking.Beautiful harbour with beautiful private yatches parked at the shore.It was drizzling but we still decided to drench ourselves and we had the most amazing sunset out there.so serene and quaint ,it was something beyond words.Forth day was our shoot day,where we were taken to a beach ahead of Eden.It had these huge white rocks and dried corals all over the shore..After completing the shoot we headed back to beau vallon.Fifth and sixth day were again in Mahe and Eden,as Victoria apparently doesn't have any tourist attractions apart from bring the center point to all the connecting vehicles.The beach of our hotel was in itself sufficient to keep me glued to it.I would relax at the shore reading my favorite novel and taking sun bath!...