Mookai Hotel

Address: Kaimoo THS, H. Maagala, Male, North Male Atoll, Kaafu Atoll, Maldives | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on Kaimoo THS, H. Maagala, Male.
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    Flights, City hotels and agencies

    A travel blog entry by travelori on Jul 05, 2015

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    ... I have seen so far
    Japan Airlines
    Korean Airlines
    Qatar Airways
    Emirates

    Sometimes travel agencies will give you a good deal especially if you are booking earlier or during off peak season and thus may come out cheaper than actually booking direct with the hotels. Just be wary in choosing the travel agencies you are gonna rely with, make sure they are not the fly by at night ...

    Ski pray dive

    A travel blog entry by dinemo on Apr 26, 2015

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    ... That's why the smog over India is so bad)
    I could have asked to be reassigned another job , but I asked for gloves instead and continued my karma yoga while giving some thought to where the rubbish is in my life.
    In an effort to balance the bin duties, I booked in for my first ayurvedic massage. I was warned that they used a lot of oil. " No problem" I said, "I love oil".
    Now, dress standard at the ashram was modest at all times. No ...

    Castaways or Prisoners ?

    A travel blog entry by jandjsgrandtour on Apr 17, 2015

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    ... br>
    We also discover that at 6pm each day, there is an organised fish feed. A staff member turns up off our beach at the set time with a couple of buckets of gunk; rancid, loosely chopped octopus like in appearance. On cue the shallows fill with a huge mass of fish of all shapes and sizes, with the key performers maybe 30 or so large Manta Rays. These flow in with the breaking waves and flutter into shallow water round the "feeder's" feet. ...

    Island life, is the life for me!

    A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding on Mar 31, 2015

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    ... houses galore here, so locals and tourists coexist. I notice there's a lot of construction underway at Maafushi. Business is about to boom. You'd never guess... I found Diet Pepsi here, in a small shop, of all places! The shop attendant is a Muslim woman and her young daughter is sitting with her at the register. The woman is saying something I can't understand... Ahmed turns to me and says quietly, "Ahhh ok, you have to put on your clothes now - I don't mind.. But ...

    "You won't get This at a resort!"

    A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj on Jan 23, 2015

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    ... feeding on plankton. Bruce has snorkeled with mantas but this was a first for me. (I got another experience checked off my list!) These massive rays span 7 to 8 feet across and glide just under the surface. We bobbed around in the choppy water while they scooped up plankton in their gaping oval mouths. Soon the current took us out of their feeding area so we'd struggle back into the dingy, motor up the channel and jump back in for another look. ...