Dhiggiri Tourist Resort
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The daily ferry arrived at 4.30pm and suddenly the island was alive wiith tourists. It was bizzare, the few resturants that we has seen were suddenly open with tables outside and everything was busy. I was a little miffed that I had spent the past two days abiding by the strict dresscode (arms and thighs covered) and suddenly everyone was in short shorts and bikinis. Needless to say it ...
Day one in Maafushi started with glorious sunshine, an outside table for the two of us and a glass of fresh Papaya juice. If we hadn't both looked horrified when the waiter asked if we were honeymooners then it would almost have been romantic. Whilst we were enjoying the views, (and waiting for our Continental breakfasts!) we were disturbed by footsteps and the Chinese girl that we briefly met last night burst onto the balcony, iphone in hand ...
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Today was our last day at the island with dad. In the morning mum, dad and I swum out over the reef for some snorkelling.
I saw even more new fish and for the first time I saw a unicorn fish. I also seen a dory!,
After this we mucked around for the day, shopped in the boutique, made sand castles, seen a BIG crab that had come up on the beach and mucked round with dad.
Soon it was night time and time to go on the speedboat ...
... we didn't do our laundry in Bentota, despite paying $6 for the tuk tuk to provide us with a return trip, still with no fresh laundry. We decide in favour of handwashing, and noticed others were doing the same.
I'm sipping away at a strawberry dacquirie on a sun chair while watching small ocean waves roll onto the sands of the attol. Well we've had our daily snorkel. The temperature of the water is beautiful, not too hot, not too cold. Darren said he saw a ...