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Travel Blogs from North Male Atoll
... 00 - breakfast by main pool: typically fresh juice (apple, orange, ginger and carrot) with Bircher museli, yogurt , pumpkin granola and dried guava. Followed by eggs to your liking, a mini cheese platter, some seafood wontons or maybe made to order waffles with chocolate sauce washed down with a cheeky glass of bubbly (there was also a massive display of breads, bagels, croissants, pastries but we avoided these - carbs you know). 10-5pm - mooching by your own ...
... in Male' also most places would be closed until much later in the day, so glad we were going to Bandos Island for the day.
The Maldives consists of 1200 small coral islands with about 200 of them being inhabited. The largest island is where the capital Male' is.....definitely not what I expected..measuring 1 x 2 miles and is covered in buildings, the airport is on an adjoining island and the planes appear to land on the water. Male' ( and all the islands) are ...
I have seen much debate on what is the best side of the island - I would say sunrise side to avoid view of the other island which since our last visit has got much worse ( by this i mean that they have extended the island and cut most of trees down - not ideal ( amazingly they show you none of this in any of their published pictures of komandoo) You can see clearly that it is a working island ( odd car and cranes where they ...
... is the scams. Only while in Canada, the US, Australia and New Zealand have I been largely safe from scam artists. Constantly being on the defensive is beginning to grate on me and it was only a matter of time before I fell for something, which happened in China. Western tourists are looked at as walking ATM's in poorer parts of the the world and realistically anyone with a shred of understanding or compassion can see why. In India there ...
... would be an interesting choice as the Maldives are currently a very strict Muslim country- open practice of any other religion is forbidden and liable to prosecution, and a non-Muslim may not become a citizen).
Since you could walk the entire island in about 30 minutes it's probably a stretch to say we visited the Maldives properly- our well-worn path took us from the villa to the restaurant, to the bar, to the beach, and back to ...