These fishes easily get scared off. But the little one right there was daring enough to plant a kiss on my mask. I guess they have grown used to the visitors from outside. I guess they have grown used to our funny faces. They’ve decided to spread the love.
You can meet them in Havelock, an island in the Andaman and Nicobar Archipelago. The island is surrounded by colourful reefs on three sides which stretch into the ocean. There are plenty of fish in the sea. The weather is perfect in the winter months of December and January and I can guarantee that you are going to love the place. Nothing less than paradise on earth.
Yashasvi Raghuvanshi is a law student, traveller, blogger and writer hell-bent on globe-trotting. She is a women’s rights activist and spends a lot of time teaching children and women about their rights. You can read more articles by her at www.thehowlingwolves.blogspot.in.