Eriyadu Island Resort
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Travel Blogs from North Male Atoll
... bathroom is semi-outdoors. The outdoor shower is cool but the semi-outdoor sink and toilet and shower could use some air conditioning.
The pool was great, nice infinity edge pool. The beach is like flour and the water is a few different shades of blue. This is a nice place and its very quiet. They have hammocks all over the place. The entry to the sea has a few too many shells for my liking, I am quickly over it. ...
... 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 ...
... my home for the next week. MV Leo. Wow - it's fancy. A jacuzzi at the front, huge lounge area with wifi (!) 4 decks, topped with a sun roof. And a lovely cabin with AC (won't be using that!) and hot showers (novel!). It was 4pm when I arrived, so we were given a quick briefing, filled out some paperwork and then went outside to watch the lovely sunset. Dinner was at 7pm. Amazing. So much salad, curry, prawns and ...
... that changes the color so dark blue that you can see anymore. From the information we were given, there is never more than one shark encounter a year, sometimes years of not one at all. The water is just too warm for them. Those are good odds. I keep swimming along and savor every moment of our amazing location, and all the fish that allow me to spend the afternoon with them.There is a water sport center here on our island that is run by the resort. ...
Created some days
So we could stay in
And watch the rain
Not A Lot To Do
Thursday 23rd May 2013
I'm writing this at the end of a six-day stretch in the Maldives. A few seconds on the internet will show you what most of the Maldives looks like. All the pictures will be based around the same formula: thatched huts propped up on stilts above ...