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... the 13 hour flight to Dubai and was doubly pleased to learn that the seat next to me was vacant!! (actually, I had the only vacant seat on the flight from Denver, too, so luck was definitely running my way)
My final flight leg was on FlyDubai airlines, a no-frills carrier very much like Allegiant in the states. By no-frills, I mean that you pay for a seat. That.is.all. If you want that seat assigned, or you want to check baggage, or carry on an extra, ...
... forces play each other for!!!!
Arrived in Maafushi about 4.30 and met at the dock by all the guesthouse/hotel reps. Saw mine so tagged along with the others that were staying there. However, on check in, found there was no reservation for me – I was at the Arena Beach hotel and not the Arena Beach guesthouse which is where I had booked. And it was closed!!!!!! Luckily they were jointly owned, and even ...
... hate it here are the legally blind, the severely sunburnt or Eskimos. Pro/Con - No alcohol on local islands... Obviously the resorts serve alcohol but it's prohibited to bring alcohol in to the local communities. They are taking #cleanliving to the next level... However, the locals do smoke a lot of cigarettes. Con - There are rules and there are fee's and I've never been a fan of rules. Each island requires you gain permission to enter, from the resort or owner. ...
... awe and got out our cameras as Naanu proclaimed, "You won't get this at a resort!"
He was so right.
Fresh fish from the crew's morning fishing trip, curry, salad and potatoes....oh yah. Life is good. Naanu's guitar played traditional Maldivian music as well as Pink Floyd and it all mixed well with the salt breeze, a brilliant night sky and new friends.
It had only been 4 days since we arrived at the Male airport in ...