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... direction. Sandbank fail and bail. There's one more uninhabited island we visit... I can't remember the name of it... Ahmed definitely has the faster jet ski and he begrudgingly agrees to swap with me. It's a fun ride back to the island dodging and getting air off wake of other boats and Ahmed's ski. A mini watercraft adventure :) I've opted to go fishing again this afternoon. Boarding the boat, I assume my position at the wheel (where a C King would be). One of ...
We both feel a safari in the Maldives is the way go so you can see more islands. The hours of sailing were very peaceful. We were both completely relaxed with the rocking of the boat and the beauty of the sea. We did not SCUBA dive but we felt we really experienced sea life of the Maldives around the islands and atolls. Life is simple outside the city of Male in this 100% Muslim nation. We feel fortunate to have had the opportunity to experience the ...
... songs by some of the staff while we sipped our cocktails.What a dinner - we stuffed ourselves on the pile of seafood (oysters, lobsters, prawns as big as your forearm etc.) Having finished our plateful the waiter decided that we had to try the grilled version as well as the boiled version we had just finished. An hour later we just had to try the sushi, spit roasted suckling pig, beautiful tempura veggies, followed by a selection ...
... streets with no speed
limit or helmets or even protective gear! I saw men riding around with their
young children of 2 years old just strapped to their waste while the child held
onto the mirrors. One guy zoomed past holding a vacuum cleaner in one hand and
holding the handlebar in the other. Another with a plank of wood that could easily
have knocked anyone off with how close and fast they all travel along. For
anyone who may have seen the Julia Roberts movie ...
... is disappointedly dirty with few shops to explore.
Steve and I spent the full day,with a few other lucky souls, on a boat snorkeling the various atolls. This was OMG...the BEST SNORKELING EVER!!!!!!!!! dropping us off at one end of a atoll, as we floated with the tide for about a mile and were then picked up at the other end to find another site. The atoll was covered with beautiful coral and at the edge of each reef, was a cliff where you could see ...