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Maldives has 29 atolls, 200 inhabited islands and around 106 island resorts.
It has 2 seasons: dry and wet season and temperature is not much different from our country. But at midnoon the sun can be ruthless being near the equator so be sure to slab yourself with a reliable high spf sunblock
Maldives is 3 hrs behind our standard time so don't ...
... water to Male island. Male and it's surrounding islands had the potential to be the Venice of Asia. Sadly it's more of Slough on Sea. Just shows that despite all the 5 star resorts etc it's still a third world nation really.
The ferry was $1 each return and packed with motorbikes first then foot passengers. It took about 30 minutes to cross. We arrived and walked around Male looking for somewhere to eat. Not hugely ...
... with Oprah's notes. It's a cool way to use technology that I haven't seen before. Oprah highlights specfic passages and gives her perspective on things. It's really cool. But, this book is amazing. I can't put it down.
So, the Maldives was spectacular. At dinner, we solo travelers commiserated with each other about how romantic this place is and how we would love to come back here in love and with our partners. One very happily married woman very sweetly said to a few ...
... when Nate said, "Hey, have you looked at the birds here?" I looked up, seeing a large black bird flying from a distant island over toward us. "Not particularly, why?" Nate paused. "Well, I don't think they are birds." This caught my attention. "What? What are they, then?" Nate paused again, I could tell he was gauging what my response might be. "I think they are bats." I waited to see if I could get a better look at the next large flying creature to see ...
... you there to be the one to try it :)
Tomorrow, we are planning a day excursion to... somewhere else-- did not catch the name of the island -- for swimming, snorkeling, sun-bathing (with SPF 50, a floppy hat for Bryn, sun swim shirts and a large beach umbrella), drinks and lunch. Turns out the Maldives are a Muslim country, so really hard to find a nice, alcoholic tropical drink. Hopefully, tomorrow will provide this?