Nasandhura Palace Hotel
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... occidentale entre peu a peu.
Today in Rasdhoo, the wearher is sunny and warm. I spent the morning on the beach swimming and reading. Today until Monday, there are big celebrations on the island. No one speaks English well enough to explain to me what is the feast about. Tonight there will be traditional dances in a park. I feel lucky to be here on this occasion.
Yesterday I moved to a ...
... 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 ...
... near the reef and started a search pattern at 24m at a 45 degree angle away from the reef. After 20 minutes of blue water (ie nothing apart from a few random unicorn fish that chose to follow us). And there it was!
Just to the right of me. Swimming. Amazing!!!! Of course I chased after it - and saw it pretty close up, it was large. A scalloped hammerhead.
Most of the rest of the group had been a bit slow and didn't see it. ...
... a personal celebrity experience.
And you put Malibu Scott and Jill from Brazil together and it's better than a sitcom. The sensitive gay guy with the brash Brazilian woman.
It was stormy again today, so I went to have a massage in the most gorgeous spa with the sound of the rain on the roof. It was really sweet. And I got to wear the sexiest G string... You have to wear it, so I did. This was my 3rd massage on the trip and in all 3 massages, the women climb on ...
... worried. But then luckily we spotted them. The kind of dolphins living around here are the rather small 'spinners' species - and their ...