Relax Inn Hotel
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... it back in sports mode". Ahmed and I beach the ski's and ourselves, to explore the island. Wouldn't you know, the water is clearer here than Kandooma or Maafushi! There's no one to be seen or heard here. A quick swim and ski ride... We approach a secluded sandbank, donning an umbrella and two chairs. Serene, solitude and silence. Too bad I can see a woman under the umbrella... Ahmed looks back at me... I respond by turning the jet ski 180 degrees and speeding off in ...
... We watched local residents building boats, smoking and drying fish and watched kids playing soccer on the beach. We were intrigued by a women's-only game that uses a tennis racket to slam a bucket of tennis balls over a net as fast as they can while the other side tries to catch them. They were having a blast. Later that day we went back for a dance and drum demonstration with traditional music. Of course they wanted us to participate in ...
Here's wishing all our friends and family a fabulous CHRISTMAS.
Caroline & Steve
Day 26 - We'd 24th Dec.Christmas Eve. A leisurely day, woke up to a swim and as it was raining it was like having a warm bath and a shower at the same time. A stroll around the island preceded a long lunch.A lazy afternoon before preparing for our 'Gala Christmas Dinner' Before eating we were treated to Christmas ...
One thing I definitely wanted to be sure we did was visit the capital and experience life in an Islamic country away from the tourist resort style setting. My goodness!
I struggle to find the words to
describe what it was like coming from the peace, serenity and beauty of the
atoll to a bustling, compacted, smelly, garbage filled streets of the city. The
moment you step off the dock you are hit with thousands of motorbikes and
miniature vans & small cars whizzing ...
... led to the same beginnings for all of these countries! The architecture of each still includes Portuguese, Dutch and English colonial remnants.
The Maldives, in addition to very luxurious resorts sequestered on individual atolls (that were off limits to the lowly cruise passengers), is a very Muslim country. In the city of Male, while hundreds of men hang out in the streets, only a few Burka clad women can be seen hurrying to do their shopping. ...