Eriyadu Island Resort
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Travel Blogs from North Male Atoll
... flying back 300 miles on 28 Gal is pushing it to much for me and I do not like to run on fumes during approach at an unfamiliar Location..... I will have tore pay the 55gal Avgas in advance and then it will be shipped by Boat from the 300 mile away place to Male.... and then Loaded on an small barge which brings the Drum to the Fuel Depot at the Airport and then I just have to find an hose to get ...
... to him. I sat at the restaurant to eat and finished the bottle of wine he ordered, so went back to the room sufficiently tipsy at the end of the night. Poor Colin continued working, went to bed after me and was up before the sun this morning on calls. Ugh.
I got up and went to ocean side yoga at 8am; it was a wonderful way to start the day. Colin was still on calls when I returned, but he finally finished so we could go to breakfast. I ...
... the island from the ferry terminal on the northwest corner, and there was just a little hop from the sound end of our island across to Male.
Landing in Male was quite a culture shock from our peaceful town. It is all business, with tall buildings, people calling to each other from the docks, from shops, and from 4th floor apartments. There were scooters and moterbikes everywhere, and some cars and small trucks braved the fray ...
... Then, we went back to the villa, and time really does fly when your having fun, because by the time we got back, it was already 4:30!!! So them, I just laid on the Beack bed and played games on my phone, and read my magazine, and then, papa and I went to the lounge so I could check my facebook and he could drink some coffee. ☕ (I chatted to allianah, via Facebook) Then, we went back to ...
... with one small park and it is only less than 1 metre above sea level, no wonder the Tsunami did a lot of damage. Their main concern is the rising sea levels.
Locals were quite interested, as they are Muslim, so most of the Aussies were dressed in sleeveless tops and shorts. Our Dhoani ( local ferry ) finally arrived and we all jumped aboard the less than glamorous little boat. ( We named it the Dawn Chambermaid)
There was some discussion around ...