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Travel Blogs from South Male Atoll
... the sea ..you could mistake it for snow capped mountains if it wasn't for the oppressive heat. The oil tankers are constant and I didn't realise just how many oil rigs were in this part of the world. If you look behind the ship you can see the lines of rigs on both sides are far as the eye can see. Egypt on both sides now with beautiful coral reefs alongside oil rigs...mmmm glad our barrier reef is not like that. The photos don't do the landscape justice...being so ...
... ocean it
actually is), in which we have spent most of the day. We had a good night’s
sleep and enjoyed breakfast – a mix of western and other stuff. Omelette and
bacon was the order of the day, but dahl was available. "Oats" proved to be a
cauldron of hot milk with about one oat per half pint so Helen had yoghourt and
fruit as well as enjoying the first proper bacon for some time. Didn’t think
they’d do pork this being a muslim ...
... hotel management system :-)
The resort we chose ...
... marine environent. There was a lab for breeding fish, as well as aquarium exhibits where we could learn about the centre's projects through interactive educational displays.
And finally the day finished with a relaxing paddle in the resorts luxurious and spacious pool. ...
... through immigration with no hassles. Pleased when both our bags turn up, having travelled separately as usual, have an x-ray at customs, change 30 Euros into Maldivian rufiya (Rf) at the bank, and out looking for our man-with-a-sign.
We have trouble following the written instructions to confirm our return flight before leaving the airport, but are assured we can and should do this in town, and are handed onto the flash Holiday Inn speedboat. Arrive ...