Travel Blogs from Male
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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 ...
Twelve hundred tiny atolls of which 192 are inhabited, with milky blue, crystal clear waters, are what comprise the Maldives over a 35,000 square mile area. The smallest of all Asian countries, although covering the largest geographic area, Male is the Capitol on the largest island (about 5 square miles) that has 500,000 inhabitants. At its highest point of 7 feet above sea level and at it lowest, only four feet higher than the beautiful ...
... party at the Wilson's upon landing, but I do not see us leaving the airport before 11:00. The boys will be there so Julie will head over to pick them up, I guess. I love going to Eric and Leslie's but I am exhausted and no way I was going to surpass my "dead Gaddafi" custom of last year, so sad, but dealing. Further note: We are now in Colombo and after being promised that the connecting flight would wait for us, it did not. So we will hotel it and catch a 4:30am flight to Doha. ...
... 1497;ו ריקים וכמעט ולא היתה תנועה ברחוב 93;ת, החנוי 93;ת היו סגורו 14; אף הם. בחור שהראה לנו את ...
... 5000 people.
The dominant golden dome of the Maldives Grand Friday mosque adorns
the facade of Male'. The artwork in this mosque is simply mind
blowing. This magnificent edifice, with its unique minarets, amazing
coral engravings and tombs of national heroes and members of
royalty, provides the tourists with the glimpses of the ...