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 ...
... existed! We got to know Craig, the assistant manager, from South Africa really well and Colin had a nice chat with the general manager. It threatened rain that night, but the weather held out for dinner. But it didn't hold out too long...we woke up in the middle of the night to a serious rainstorm! The wind was blowing and the rain was going sideways. There was thunder and lightening, which is apparently rare in the Maldives. I got up and made sure the bathroom ...
... after a very hot day . I must say, that the Princess staff do go out of their way to make us very comfortable, nothing seems too much trouble.
The ship tender boats,are not the most comfortable,and are very hot and cramped when 100 hot and sweaty people are in them...so once back on the ship we headed straight for the pool to cool down as temperatures now hovering in mid to high 30's.
We attended our usual Sailaway party at the back of our deck, to ...
... 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 ...