Beehive Nalahiya Hotel
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... crew asks my name, so I tell him... "I like that name, good name" he says and carries on with the line of questioning.. how old I am, when I'm leaving, where I'm from, and the million dollar question any solo guest doesn't want to answer.... "Do you have a boyfriend?". I gesture the cut off head signal. He attempts to delve further - "Have you ever any?"... Whoa! Brainwave! I must be the only single woman on the island... Perhaps in the whole Maldives! I ...
The last of our time in the Maldives has been fabulous. There was some great people on the boat that we became friends with. Tina and Oli were the dive guides and boat managers. They have traveled their whole lives and had lots of stories to share and tips on what to do at our next locations. Probably the best dives we did was at reef that has a cleaning station for manta rays. The were so graceful and got very close to our heads. They are huge!! We ...
... How on earth did we find room for all the desserts. We did avoid the turkey, Christmas pudding, Christmas cake and mince pies that were also on offer.After dinner we returned to the bar for a digestive while listening to a live band.Returning to the room we found Father Christmas had already been and a bag of goodies from the hotel was waiting to be opened in the morning.Overindulgence meant it wasn't the best nights sleep for either of ...
... 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 ...
... 000 feet down toward the bottomless ocean. Crystal clear warm blue waters. Thousands, upon thousands of colorful fish, each keeping to their own species, were everywhere! Hundreds of parrot fish together were followed by thousands of rainbow fish. Only one shark. One fish came right up to my snorkel to check me out and then swam away, unimpressed. I only wish I knew the various names, but most we had never seen before, even in Papua New Guinea, where we thought ...