Mookai Hotel

Kaimoo THS, H. Maagala, Male, North Male Atoll, Kaafu Atoll, Maldives | 2 star hotel
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Wonderful week diving and relaxing in Maldives

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14

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... and colors, as well as incredible species and colors of soft corals! The visibility wasn’t as clear as when we were here in March 2012, due to the large amount of plankton that spawns during this season of the year, but the plankton also attracts the eagle rays and manta rays, which is a bonus.
In addition, the Maldives has amazing surfing, which has recently been “discovered” by the surf crowd, which ...

Off (luxury!) diving

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley

4

... wreck. Not a huge fan of wrecks. A white tip hanging around. Nothing else really exciting.

More towers, more coconut. And more resting in the sun.

And a night dive. I'm not the biggest fan of being cold and wet at night. And tonight there was a strong current. We were diving under the jetty of the Alimatha resort - with copious numbers of Chinese lined up on the jetty taking photos.

At the bottom - nurse sharks everywhere. And they were huge. Massive ...

Bye for the next 4 days... from Maldives

A travel blog entry by gmeetstheworld

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... named Scott. He looks just like a younger Jack Nicholson. He has an ex-wife and two daughters but now, he's gay. We are the only two gay people as far as I can tell. He calls me Texas and I call him Malibu. Scott is another character. I quietly refer to him as the "name dropper". Others call him, the "hypochondriac". He is the go-to guy for any kind of meds... more so than the doctor. So he walks by our table this morning and I ask him if he's been enjoying the ocean here. He stops ...

Paradise- shark feeding frenzy, peace talks

A travel blog entry by brynandnate

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... a sea turtle! We watched him or her swim lazily around for a few minutes, and then s/he took off into the waters beyond the small arc of light from the pier lamps. For such a large, awkward looking animal, it moves incredibly smoothly and gracefully. As we had watched the turtle, a young couple from Belarus had joined us. "Have you seen the fish and sharks at the end of the pier?", they asked. The WHAT?! So, we wandered down the pier with them, chatting along ...

I wish they would clean it up

A travel blog entry by stephgraeme

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... and the other half stayed onboard. We then said that we wanted a beach so that we could go into the water and out again easityl. He had this wonderful idea of a beach. A small bit of corally sand about 30metres by 10metres covered in plastic bottles and rubbish and the water was quite cloudy. A couple of people tried to swim and snorkel there but couldn't see anything so we tried again. He then took us to a diving ...

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This 2 star hotel is located on Kaimoo THS, H. Maagala, Male.
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