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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Marble Hotel Male
Travel Blogs from Male
... lost, with the victim's name engraved upon it.”
Across the plaza is the less serious monument to the tetrapod – the concrete jack-shaped block that armors the east, north, and northeast edges of the island and was used to help stabilize and protect the island from erosion as the last bits were used for building and expansion.
Finally got back to the hotel drenched in sweat from the 85 degree and 90% humidity – shades of ...
Sunny side of life
Some prefer to do Maldives on a budget by staying on inhabited island but you will miss the real essence of a Maldivian holiday. Aside from the no alcohol no swimsuit policy you will be swimming the beach with the locals much like Boracay. No problem there really but then why go all the way to Madives and yet the achievement of complete isolation and nirvana ...
... into very deep water. This is the house reef and there tends to be a bit of a current running along the length of the reef. Our beach has a more gentle incline with boulders of living coral interspersed with areas of coral debris. There is little current here and this is the most suitable location for the less experienced swimmers, such as Jane. We are located close to the main bar and dining room...which is ...
... yet. When I was little (littler), I remember being told not to look into the sun and it would blind me... yet here I sit, 20 odd years later, like a deer caught in the headlights... I can't seem to tear my eyes away from the burning ball of light fading from the sky. It's mesmerising... A message to Australia - Mum, pack my teddy, kimonos, pepsi max and kindly send to my new address, in the Maldives: PO Box Paradise MALDIVES ...
... Clearly they don't have their own unique souvenirs here, so there was tea from Sri Lanka, candles and incense from Thailand, cinnamon and coconut wooden items from Indonesia. And clothes from India. And overpriced magnets. What a shame.
The town ('city') was rather odd. And actually very much like semporna!!
And as the sun was setting, we headed back to our boat for the final night on board and a great last dinner. I've eaten so much food I won't be hungry for ...