From snorkeling around the spectacular corals of South Button island and sitting in the still water of Wandoor beach to wandering around creepy Ross Island, here is how we lived the island life for a few days in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands of India.
Experience the awe-inspiring sight of the Tiger’s Nest monastery, some blazingly fiery local food, incredible views from Chele La pass, and more in this remote but proud Himalayan country that’s a hop across the border from India.
If you think about it, a lot of human communication happens through body language; an arched eyebrow, a clenched jaw, crossed arms, or a squared chest can tell you a lot about what the other person is thinking. The same is true of dogs, only more so. Over my 30 years of living with them, I’ve learned that you can figure out a lot about a dog’s state of mind just by looking at them.
I don’t claim to be an ‘expert’ on dogs, and on their behaviour and psychology, but having lived with them for over 30 years, I have a fair idea of what makes them tick. I’ve made my share of mistakes with them, and learned a lot in return, but people who want to get their first dog don’t usually have that benefit. So, based on my experiences, here are ten things I believe every first-time dog owner (or, indeed, any dog owner) should do.