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... and my hosts are also my godfathers. They say that there is double pricing on the island and they don't want me to overpay for everything. For example last night, Axeed went himself to the restaurant, bought the dinner and brought it to me in my room. Lt's nice but I miss the contacts with the population.
The Maldives form a country that is going to disappear in a near future because of the ...
... there are several live aboard boats, which carry up to 25 people for week long trips, and instantly produce a crowded surf spot. The waves were too small at the beginning of our trip for good surf, but today, we got some wonderful long rides on a fun reef break called Sultans. Surfing there for 2 1/2 hours in the Maldivian sun (95 degrees) is so much fun, and a fantastic workout, too!
We posted some of our underwater photos ...
... br> We headed back to the reef - and there was a marbled ray. Followed by an eagle ray. And then a devil ray swimming around. A few neopolian wrasse and a couple of white tips. Pretty cool! All rather uncommon things! And all before 7am!!
Of course it was then breakfast time. And time to go diving again. This time on the actual reef. The current had picked up somewhat, so spent a while swimming against that, which is never fun. But there were so many ...
... I always get excited to fly but would be happy when the flying part is over and I can chill on a beach in the Maldives. ��
We watched a bit of Jack the giant slayer and there we were in Colombo Shri Lanka.
Some coffee and some Rummi and time to board to Malé Maldives. A massive plane with only 50 people feels kind off VIP. It a short flight do after half an hour we could see the first beautiful island, reefs and turquoise waters. We are going to ...
... riche for a brief but expensive few days.
The Maldives atolls encompass a territory spread over roughly 90,000 square kilometres, making the country one of the world's most geographically dispersed. Its population of 329,000 inhabits 192 of its 1,192 islands. That sounds big but the Maldives is actually the smallest Asian country in both population and land area. With an average ground level of 4ft 11 in above sea level, it is ...