Hakuraa Club Male
Travel Blogs from Male
... surprised that our seats had been upgraded for our flight to Male!! After a couple hour lay over, we finally got on the plane and we were on our way. It was a short flight, only about an hour, and we were there!!! We landed on a small landing strip that had turquoise water on both sides. I have never seen water this color before. After landing we made it back through customs and toward our pick up location. Once we checked in at ...
... sported (perhaps) by (Saint) Bernadette fresh from her holy vision. This seemingly minor event piqued my interest which had grown in me, rather like a benign tumour.
Four hours out of Kuala Lumpur, the plane is descending. My face squashed against the plane window, I only just manage to suppress squeals at the vista of what could be a host of giant lit birthday cakes. There are just a few of the two hundred inhabited islands out of a total of 1,190 spread over ...
... crowds. ‘Today it is not a special day. The motorbikes go around every day and all the night. And the families are doing the shopping in the night too. All the shops are selling all the things and they are closing at 11.00 pm in every evening.’ I am impressed. I come from a first world country but only supermarkets and fast food outlets stay open that late.
Even near midnight on a Monday, the cars and motorbikes are ...
... 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 ...
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 ...