Traders Hotel, Male, Maldives
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... coral reefs are very much protected and teaming with life. Water was the perfect temperature, even for Kate. One of Luke’s favourite day’s on the trip was learning to fish (perfecting his casting) followed by an evening snorkel with sharks and rays - something none of us will ever forget. It is a popular dive spot (Alimatar) to see the sharks, (which are harmless - white tipped and black tipped reef sharks and Tawny nurse sharks). At first when ...
... trop chertout ce que j'achete car, semble-t-il, sur l'ile il y a un prix pour les locaux et un autre pour les tpuristes.Hier soir, Axeed a meme ete achete mon repas au resto et me l'a apporte a l;auberge.C'est super gentil mais je manque le contact avec les autres.
Les Maldives, ce pays appele a disparaitre d'ici quelques annees a cause de la montee des eaux des oceans, vit un peu referme sur ...
Today is our last full day here in the Maldives, before an early morning departure for the airport on the speedboat tomorrow. Keely and Scot had such a fun time here two years ago, that we wanted to bring the kids back this year to enjoy this unique spot on earth. The Maldives is a series of several thousand islands, many only and acre or two in size, most of which have a maximum elevation which is less than 20 feet above sea level. ...
... rays, huge huge giant trevalley (1.5m long) darting on both sides of me (bit scary!). I couldn't get over how large the nurse sharks were!! It was the best night dive I have ever done. You just didn't know where to look, for sharks, rays and trevalley whizzing past on all sides of you.
And once back on the boat, looking down into a wall of nurse sharks! At least 50 of them all piled next to the boat. Wow.
And dinner - complete with amazing cheesecake. Living in ...
... thing!!! And the sharks seem to always win, in the end...
During the daytime, the sharks and tuna are... somewhere else. Instead, it becomes a carnival of fishy madness. Nate even convinced me to swim "over the edge" into the deeper waters, where you just watch the shelf of the island drop off into the dark blue of the real OCEAN. I was rewarded immediately for my bravery with a gorgeous, graceful sea turtle. Kind of eerie, actually, how mother nature ...