Adaaran Club Rannalhi
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Nous avions décidé de passer 4 jours sur une île-hôtel après notre croisière, en partie pour faire l'expérience de la forme de tourisme la plus répandue aux Maldives, en célébrant la fin de notre voyage dans un hôtel un peu plus luxueux, et surtout pour profiter de quelques jours de repos total avant notre retour.
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... and very bumpy and rough .Apart from water sports , there was the regular:Swimming pool,yoga classes,aqua fitness,Karaoke and daily excursions to Malé and other activities like Submarine and Sea plane , The Sea Plane is a must , it gives you a birds eye view of the whole North Malé Atoll .The real club med party starts after the sun sets , The Iru bar is open from 6 pm and stays open till the ...
... windows were shut and there was nothing of value sitting in the living area (which is totally open with no doors or windows).
It was still thundering when we woke up Wednesday with some ominous looking clouds; when it started raining, I called and cancelled my spot on the 8am dive boat. You get wet diving either way, but I had no interest on being stuck on a boat during a storm! I just finished reading Robinson Crusoe and don't want to end up on a ...
... Maldives,of course with a bottle of wine.
As we walk around the deck, the Pirate defences are now permanently in place, reminding us of where we will be sailing to next...past the Somalian coastline to the Suez Canal.
Due to cancellation of Egyptian ports, we have 8 sea days until we arrive at Ashdod, Jerusalem.
Went to trivia quiz today...mmm ...I really didn't know too many of the answers ...but was a lot of fun...one of the questions was " what ...
... a shoddier version of western life, Asia is so far removed it could never be mistaken for an imitation of anywhere else. There is way more respect for visitors. The things I have seen are as vast as the array of feelings I've had rushing through my mind.
I've wandered around a deserted stretch of the Singapore Grand Prix track and marveled at what happens when every culture on earth packs into a small, neat little island and lives ...