Relax Inn Hotel
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We spent the whole day swimming and snorkeling in the ocean and the pool with the big group of kids that were with us on the trip. In the morning, I was putting on my snorkeling gear and a small baby shark swam right by me! It was so cool but also a little scary. We also built a lot of sand castles and took lots of photos. The resort had amazing food at the buffets for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We ate by the pool almost ...
Days 48 - 54: Maldives
A late night Singapore airlines flight brought us into Male at around 10pm - as such, our first night was at a close by airport hotel. We were pleasantly surprised by the awesome breakfast buffet on offer which set the tone for the meals that we had for the duration of our stay. Our home for the next 5 days was the Dhoni Stella, a Maldivian dhow (local yacht) that had been kitted out with all the modern day luxuries. The crew were ...
... live your life. Burn bright until the grave, don't shine away from light. I won't waste my days, I will use my time." Cue tears.... Amlittle dramatic right? I think I confused... Or maybe scared the **** out of the Chinese couple beside me on the aircraft. But I don't care. It was such a beautiful moment of appreciation for my parents for raising me to have these opportunities and for the world for being so damn incredible. Thanks and love to you all for following my journey. ...
... the fish market, several small monuments…..and that’s about it. When I returned on my own for a day after the cruise I was bored out of my wits. I took an early morning walk around the island on the ring road which took all of about an hour since it’s only about three miles circumference. With 100,000 people crammed into about three square miles, Male is like a mini Manhattan or Hong Kong, but one without the excitement of those places. ...
... Love mantas.
Of course it was then breakfast. Another rest. And another dive. A submerged reef of 5 small pinnacles. Again a white tip or 2, some cool swim throughs between the rocks and lots of soft coral fans.
Lunch time. Again delicious. Lots of salad.
Dive time. A sloping reef at white sands resort. Nothing too much going on. None of the whalesharks that were semi-promised.
And dinner time.
Dive, eat, dive, eat, dive, eat, ...