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... waters. This afternoon some teenagers were telling me thatthis situation worries them but that the government is trying to counteract. Too little, too late?The future will say. This country is opening its doors to the outside world slowly but surely.Just a few years ago, the foreigners were allowed to stay only on resort islands and contacts with locals were forbidden except for staff members and in Male.
... 8217;t as good as we would like — Keely and Scot are both still learning to use their cameras) as well as a few on the shore of the beautiful colors in the water.
We also had an exhilarating afternoon sailing the Hobie cat in big wind and swells, with Scot, Ross and Alyssa getting drenched every 10 to 15 seconds as waves swamped all of us as we skipped over the water at a surprising rate of speed. The kids agreed ...
... large white tips and a few more eagle rays. Really nice.
And that was it. My last dive :(
So we began the long sail back to Male. Across glass flat water. It was a lovely crossing. But industrialisation soon became much clearer. No more were the deserted waters and beautiful islands. But the big city, tonnes of boats. And the continual burning of 'rubbish island'.
We moored up and at 4pm headed off to the bright lights of the city of Male. This is ...
... on all fours and straddle you while working on your back. The first time it happened, I thought, "whoa..." but now I love it. Straddle up and ride!! ;) Seriously, the massages are awesome.
So - I better get packing... I'm really hoping I can sneak online somehow in the next few days because I think this is going to be the most unique part of the whole trip...
But I'll be in touch as soon as I can.
I love you all and wish me luck in Africa....
... to the surf bar and knocked back non-alcoholic
Breeze (mango and tonic) cocktails. I had a gin-based one before that which
tasted like mouthwash. Watched the huge rollers come in from the open ocean.
Can’t imagine anyone surfing here you would think you would get dashed on the
coral but apparently people do it; haven’t seen any this week though.
Letter on the veranda to say we have to catch the 6.00 boat
tomorrow so it will be early to bed tonight!