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... Maldives which is over 400 years old which I think is a banyan tree
(don’t quote me on that).
Across the path (street/lane with the constant flow of bikes
going past) was the Grand Friday Mosque which would have to be on my top 5 of
grandest buildings I have ever seen. It was afternoon prayer time when we
arrived and tourists are allowed to enter into a viewing area but must remain
silent at all times. Even though I was covered up, I wasn’t ...
... The island is so gorgeous.....it is like a beautiful garden surrounded by white sandy beaches and crystal clear water.....UNBELIEVABLE. After our tour we were shown our room....or hut I guess is more appropriate. IT IS AWESOME! It looks exactly like what they show in the pictures and our hut is the one that is shown on the website! In the front of the hut we have a large deck, plunge pool, and views for DAYS! Inside we have doors ...
... munificently verdant garden. I count thirty different food choices, including mysterious looking liquids, mashed substances, alien vegetables, and spicy fish and chicken dishes. Much more than ‘you would expect’ (except for bacon and pork sausages). Rain is coming down in sheets but there are plenty of huge umbrellas shielding the patrons and the tucker. The air is lovely and warm. Although I have picked a seat facing away from the action, my gaudy face attracts ...
Happy birthday, Dad!!!
Today has been magical. We woke up in time to get breakfast (which included a rainbow sprinkle and chocolate sauce smothered honey glazed doughnut for Nate), and then caught the free expedition boat across the 50 yard channel between our island and an uninhabited one just north of us, and proceeded to play in the water for 2 hours! Thank goodness for our sun shirts! We realized that ...
... Then you get to the edge, and you cant help but catch your breath as you gaze down in the depths beneath you. You are on the edge of a enormous coral reef that stretches so far down that you cant see where it ends, reaching so far in the depths of the ocean. The coral wall is swarming with fish. Big fish, small colorful fish, brave ones that swim right up to you as if to say hello. I even spotted a small black shark swimming way down below into ...