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Hulhumale is an island almost totally composed of reclaimed land. It has two main functions - it is the site of Male's and the country's international airport, and has been developed as a commuter island, to reduce congestion on Male.
The two parts of the island are separated by a narrow causeway. This has the effect of creating a lagoon, which acts as the ...
... those of you who know me... ;) However, I WENT SNORKELING! I willingly put myself among the fish, and gosh, are they gorgeous! It was like the Boston Aquarium meets "Finding Nemo", but closer up, and not animation :) I have never actually seen living coral, with the whole rainbow of fish that can live among the rocks. There were tiny, oval shaped flashy purples, there was a longer, larger fish that looked like the colors you get when you spill oil on ...
... is the smallest Asian country, and has its own history of various countries trying to colonize it over time. It just became its own country in 1965, when it was released from being a British colony. And then, in 2012, there was a great deal of political upheaval. Our taxi driver told us that there was a coup, but according to Wikipedia, looks like the president resigned, and then, the very next day, claimed that there was ...
... ocean , with just the right amount of wind to guide us. Our captain sharing some great information on the way about our resort and the islands of the Maldive's. The island we were approaching was just a small cay of sand, which consisted of just two small bushes, not even trees yet, and a wood crate that probably washed up from falling off a freight boat out at sea, and the contents already taken and salvaged from visiting guests before us. We had ...
... 000 feet down toward the bottomless ocean. Crystal clear warm blue waters. Thousands, upon thousands of colorful fish, each keeping to their own species, were everywhere! Hundreds of parrot fish together were followed by thousands of rainbow fish. Only one shark. One fish came right up to my snorkel to check me out and then swam away, unimpressed. I only wish I knew the various names, but most we had never seen before, even in Papua New Guinea, where we thought ...