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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      Travel Blogs from Male

      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. ...

      We have reached the Maldives!

      A travel blog entry by laurebondoux on Apr 16, 2014

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      ... island where we had landed. We then boarded a speedboat and passed by the city, quite a strange sight to see modern buildings raised in the middle of the sea out of nowhere. Once we had passed Male, the speedboat continued its way across the South Male Atoll. We started to catch glimpses of the wonderful shades of blue of the sea and the sky, as well as a few pretty island resorts. We then reached our first destination, the small island of Maafushi. ...

      Day 2

      A travel blog entry by allyallyally on Aug 04, 2013

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      ... bank �� Then, it started raining and storming and got windy. So, papa and I had to get out of the water and back inside our villa. It pretty much rained all the time, and it was still raining when we went to lunch. They made me some homemade pasta for lunch and it was really good, although I don't remember what sauce it was... ���� Then, we went back to the villa, and the sky and storm and rain and had cleared up, so, we ...

      The Maldives and Cochin,India

      A travel blog entry by gail.koff on Apr 20, 2013

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      THE MALDIVES

      Twelve hundred tiny atolls of which 192 are inhabited, with milky blue, crystal clear waters, are what comprise the Maldives over a 35,000 square mile area. The smallest of all Asian countries, although covering the largest geographic area, Male is the Capitol on the largest island (about 5 square miles) that has 500,000 inhabitants. At its highest point of 7 feet above sea level and at it lowest, only four feet higher than the beautiful ...