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... along with the
headstones in the 17th Century cemetery are made of coral stone (all
the beaches and atolls are not sand but in fact crushed coral) and the timber
beams and ceilings are the original wood from the 1600’s. The headstones are
different shapes to represent family members ie: rounded stones are for the
women and the pointed is for the man. The smaller ones in the photos are that
of children (mainly they are all families of the Sultans ...
Malé is the capital of the Maldives It is just adjacent to Malè airport . The international airport is called Ibrahim Nasir ; it serves flights from domestic airports in Maldives like Gan or even international flights from Singapore,Bangkok,Bangalore,Colombo,Dub ai,Vienna,Moscow,Guangzhou,Hong Kong,Istanbul etc. I am from New ...
... not seem far from Malè. It is a long Panini-shaped atoll more or less opposite the Malè atoll (Kaafu) to the west. ‘So you would like to go near there?’ ‘Yes, please.’ ‘In that case … you can go to Mahibadhoo. Actually, that is the capital of the South Alifu Atoll. That will be a good place for you.’ ‘Thank you, Yoosef.’
... For right there opposite the wharf is a hotel, the Nasandhura Palace.
Reception is staffed by lovely looking young women in long floral dresses with absurdly cosmic collars and a kind of veil attached to the back of their hair. They, like everyone I have so far encountered, speak flawless English. The hotel style screams 1970s but is in good order. There is a sign which boasts, ‘all rooms are equipped with all the amenities ...
... as I can hear the sea; my finely honed instincts alert me that this is probably where boats will be found. The outside area is well-lit and fifty metres away I spot a boat and people queuing. Then my insides soar geyser-like as the seductive tropical air, the sea smell and sound, and the general hubbub combine to deliver that old sensation from travels past that I do not just love, but crave: that of being ‘a stranger in a strange ...