Hudhuran Fuchi Maldives
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... No, I don't love what the sun is doing to my skin but it's all about compromise. Forever chasing the Maldivian sun could be deemed as chasing cancer or a bad case of Melasma (skin pigmentation)... I ended up with the latter and honestly, I enjoyed every ray that gave it to me... Lets call it "the sun tattoo"... And hope it reversible. Australia is great. I miss my loved ones and want to see them.... But I'd prefer to see them in the ...
... through the
streets avoiding being hit by flying bikes, we made our way to the Presidential
Palace. Unfortunately during Ramadan everything shuts at 2pm so we couldn’t go
in to any of the buildings that I wanted to see.
In the same grounds as the Presidential Palace is the tomb
of Maulana Al-Hafiz Abul Barakaath Yousuf Al-Barbari of Morocco. He converted the
Maldives to Islam in 1153 AD (Australia is so young compared to parts of the
world). The ...
... with you if you go to the Maldives on vacation.
That doesn’t mean tourists can’t get alcohol in the Maldives. It’s available and expensive at tourist resorts and on tourist cruise boats, but made very difficult for Maldivians to obtain.
Our guide Bongo met us at the airport and walked us to our Dhoni named Gulfaan, which was docked right at the airport. A dhoni is a traditional Maldivian fishing boat, although I ...
... this to happen and ended up slapping two - oops!! I followed the turtle out a bit but then a rather large (atleast 1 meter long) reef shark ventured by so I very casually headed back to shallow parts. Even from the shower in our room we could see schools of fish below and on occasion small reef sharks and a small turtle. We also saw sting rays and eels beaching themselves to grab some crabs - that was entertaining as the crab had his little front claws in the "F U" ...
Male (pronounced mar-lay), capitol of the Maldives is one of the smallest capitol cities in the world.