Khalidiya Palace Rayhaan by Rotana
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and very refreshing after paddling. On excursions you meet the most interesting people from all parts of the world. We met two teenage boys and their 'really cool' father.....an engineering designer who travels the world now as an executive for LEGO!! Awesome for these two Nanas who like to build with their grandsons!
Crockpot stew was most welcome on our arrival back at Diana's. Diana and teaching colleagues Naomi and Sabrina joined us for dinner.
The plane to the Maldives was delayed but it was of no real consequence as I was to spend the night in the airport in any case. Just me, my backpack and my roll mat.
Landing in the dark in the Maldives was interesting. It really felt like we were going to land on water. Airports are never great places to sleep in. Somehow, I managed to get some.
I got up as sunrise came to the Maldives. The ferry over from the airport island took me swiftly to Male. ...
... also there are rarely seeable power plugs. Abu Dhabi should be better.
Time goes by and we are almost at the time of departure standing near the gate. When I told to Filip that we can go to the plane (gate was 3m away) he asked me where :D I was going to say him that it somewhere else just for the joke… :D For next time I’ll try to let him lead us to gate :)
And the adventure continues in the plane, there is two year ...
Went at 10:30 am to our last breakfast at Rhodes 44 (before 11am). Then watched TV. Went to Galeria Mall on another island: luxury shops but it was dead : nobody because of Ramadan or New area? Then we had another shower ( had the room until 7 pm) ...
... surrounded by a sea of men dressed in such an unfamiliar way but it was a first taste of another culture. And it tasted delicious!
Note to self: when it comes to queing for computers in an airport be bullish. Second note to self: be grateful of the semi-true stereotype of British men as 'gentlemen' as this isn't something you can expect in this ...