Mookai Hotel

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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    Travel Blogs from Male

    Malé City - from peace to chaos

    A travel blog entry by skwigg on Jul 23, 2014

    8 photos

    ... Pray Love, she went
    from finding some content in Italy and was looking forward to going to India
    for the next phase in her ‘Finding herself’ journey to spend some spiritual
    time in peace and yet was slammed with the busyness and frantic pace of Dehli
    & became completely overwhelmed – that is exactly how I felt. To the point
    where I was swallowing back tears of emotion for being out of my comfort zone.

    Our guide Najah was lovely (mostly ...

    Flights MH 0146 & MH 0177

    A travel blog entry by kimberleyrazay on Apr 22, 2014

    4 photos

    My flight from Melbourne to kuala lumpar left at 740am with Malaysian airlines. 8 hours later I arrived in kuala lumpar for a 6 hour stopover! (During which Jarrod and Hannah Razay enjoyed the pleasure of receiving 5 million snap chats :p ) . At 2045 I left ...

    Don't Fling Me Too Far

    A travel blog entry by maldivesjane on Jan 17, 2014

    1 photo

    ... is still recovering from being hard hit by the Tsunami just sixteen months previously.)

    Instead they will send me to Fuvahmulah which has 6,000 people and is the second to last atoll down by the Equator. Fuvahmulah is unique in that it just one large island making up its own atoll. I am quite excited at the prospect of living on such a large island ...

    Not Las Vegas

    A travel blog entry by maldivesjane on Oct 25, 2013

    3 photos

    ... trousers and checked shirts. Some women are wearing the traditional buruga but others are in jeans and blouses. Not all the burugas are black for some are made from brightly coloured, patterned material. We are ranged along the two sides of the dhoni with a few benches at right angles towards the back of the boat. This leaves a large space for luggage in the front portion.The journey is uncannily like being ferried along in a giant ...

    Where Only Coconuts and Tuna Grow

    A travel blog entry by maldivesjane on Oct 19, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... grandfather and nine of his immediate family sailed from Ireland to New Zealand in the 1890s, which must have seemed like travelling to an unknown planet. Surely then I can keep going. My prior research informed me that I need to get a local ferry (dhoni) across to Malè. Dhonis are smaller than an average bus, rectangular and wooden and the most common form of transport. I don’t even need to exit the airport as this part is al ...