Ranveli Village & Spa
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... stop on the run, so my first time seaplane turned into three take-offs and landings (this is good – controlled landings should always equal take-offs). The water is every shade of blue you can imagine and the tiny islands poke up above the water everywhere. There are even more that look like they are only exposed at low tide, if at all.
I arrived at the resort and took the boat to the island – the seaplane ties up to ...
... bowel updates after India, we are sure of it.
• Shoutout to the really cool grandma that danced her face off at the “Wet Party”
• Shoutout to our Dads—sorry we couldn’t be there to celebrate Father’s Day with you, but it was great getting to talk to you both!
• Shoutout to any and all of our friends who may be interested in going to the Maldives—we recommend it 100%!!!!!
... he thinks I am making it all up. 3 big eagle rays swam right under us when not long after we went in. Huw swam behind me and as a result missed the large octopus, it is my first time ever seeing a large octopus, I have only ever seen small ones before, but this was a big mamma and was on the ocean floor. Huw wanted to walk but I I wanted to snorkel for fear of missing out on something and I am glad I did. As I ...
... were hyper, I discovered why when I saw what they had for lunch... a snack box full of sugar! We split the class and read with the kids – one of the books I read was about a kid going to a supermall, I had to laugh at how ridiculous it was as these kids live on a small island and the largest shop is a tiny store that sells some basic groceries! Another story I read had a dog in it. they turned their nose up at the dog and said ...
... to the scuba shop (third time) after breakfast and prepared our gear for a 10:30 dive. We plan to head out towards the other end of the island, past our villa on our tank and return by snorkelling, when the air is too low to scuba. Our ETA is for 12:00 and that is exactly the time we returned to the dive shop. We saw our Hawksbill turtle, up close and personal, and the white tip reef shark, which was at a safer distance from us. It was about thirty feet below us, close enough ...