Kuda Rah Club
Travel Blogs from Alifu Atoll
... cloudy times). We moored twice near inhabited islands, which we were able to visit to catch a glimpse of local life (once we even had a traditional singing/dancing show).
The under water spectacle is what really made this cruise amazing, in particular the fact we got to see such a variety of spots during so many days (as opposed to the usual day trips we tend to take). We snorkelled in deep water, in shallow water, alongside steep reef walls, ...
... you walk out you are immediately at sea level! So no taxis await, well at least not the kind that drive on roads! These are all speed boats and taxi boats to shuttle people to Male or to you're respective resorts / island.
In fact I think Khai read somewhere we are 3 feet above sea level here, we wandered about the other day and walked around the island to see what we could find and were back at our doorstep an hour ...
... were yellow, some were rainbow and I even saw a butterfly fish and a clam. Dad tapped gently on the clams shell so the clam would close his shell. Later I built sandcastles and made homes for the little sand crabs to live in. Soon it was time for dinner.
Today I have done some reading and Mum says I need to do my maths after dinner.
... not thought much about the ferry until Sunday morning then it occurred to me that 5 hours on a boat at sea might mix my stomach up a bit, For some reason though, it didn't; even though the ferry actually took six hours. I believe I have finally grown some sea legs!! Annie remains unmoved as ever by the waves and swell of the sea.
We arrived late afternoon and were collected from the ferry terminal by Rashid. He turned out to be proper likeable ...
... to be made for them to pick you up from the airport. USD is commonly used in this country, however they do accept most type of currencies as well. Maldives is not a backpacking country and is advisable to book a package tour inclusive of lodging and transportation as this way is more cost effective. I stayed at a Maafussi Inn which is located at south atoll (1hr speed boat ride from the airport). ...
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