Travel Blogs from Male
... tick this particular box that's for sure.
Of course we were a bit too casual about our sunscreen use that first day so we spent the rest of the time enjoying the sun in small doses and mostly kicking back on our lounge chairs with our Kindle in hand. When the time came for us to check out and leave paradise and Paradise Island, Mother Nature even cooperated and gave us a full ...
... to Male was 4 hours and not a full one. I finished off a film I had to cut short on the Dubai flight that's pretty much it.
They had no landing cards on the flight so when we got into immigration it was a scrum down for the forms and a place to fill them in.
Grabbed the bags and headed out to find the representative of the hotel. Stand 52 we were told in an email. No one there. After a few minutes someone came over and asked if we were waiting for the Chaaya ...
The harbour was full of fishing boats preparing to head out for a night of fishing. And the fish market was still trading - with some huge, huge yellow fin tuna being carved up. Rather sad. We saw those in the water just a few hours before!!
The mode of transport here - scooter. The streets were lined with them parked up. And crossing the road you had to weave and dodge your way through them!
And of course, there were a few disappointing ...
Today, I woke up at a usual time (about 8;00) and I got ready by changing into my bikini and a cover up. Then, when mama, papa and I went to breakfast and I had the usual- a cookie, a bacon sandwich, fruits and stuff. Once we finished eating, we went back to the room, and then, papa and I walked along the sand bank and we ...
... br> charging for the internet to put you off using it. The only one I’ve had was
about work but I got Drew to sort it out. I have already begun semi-retirement!
Interesting to see how the population of the island has
changed in the last few days. Helen will explain as I have lost control of this
laptop and cannot seem to type a sentence without it losing the entire document
or blowing it up to life size. Can’t get the staff these days. When we arrived