Skai Lodge

Address: North Male Atoll, Kaafu Atoll, Maldives | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from North Male Atoll

Farewell Maldives

A travel blog entry by ggoat on Jun 17, 2015

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... the sea). The plumes of smoke from Thilafushi are a constant feature of the skyline in Villingili, as I pointed out in March, but I wasn't sure what to expect on the island itself.

The things that struck me about Thilafushi were a) the lack of women b) the lack of Maldivians - almost everyone there was a migrant worker from Bangladesh c) that most of the island wasn't too Mordoresque - there was a fair bit of light industry and people going about ...

Nirvana Maldivana

A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding on Apr 01, 2015

23 photos

... No, I don't love what the sun is doing to my skin but it's all about compromise. Forever chasing the Maldivian sun could be deemed as chasing cancer or a bad case of Melasma (skin pigmentation)... I ended up with the latter and honestly, I enjoyed every ray that gave it to me... Lets call it "the sun tattoo"... And hope it reversible. Australia is great. I miss my loved ones and want to see them.... But I'd prefer to see them in the ...

Male - Tiny Capital of the Maldives

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Mar 30, 2014

62 photos

The Maldives is an island nation stretching from just southwest of India's southernmost point for hundreds of miles to a few degrees latitude south of the equator. The country is made up entirely of coral atoll islands and is said to be the world’s lowest lying nation. The coral islands drop off sharply with no continental shelf, an undersea topography that’s not conducive tsunami waves piling up as they approach the shore, resulting in almost ...

Life on an Atoll

A travel blog entry by mknox on Jan 14, 2014

62 photos

... to go out in a boat snorkelling although I am sure the coral is in a better state as the coral around our rooms was bleached white and has sadly been destroyed in places by tourists who stand on it to take photos. I only had to venture a few meters of my balcony to see the most wonderful marine life. The coral shelf drops a way about 50m out but you can see to sandy bottom far below where the bigger fish live. Some of the coral formations were like massive flowers opening ...

You shouldnt bring a Prada Purse on a Fishing Trip

A travel blog entry by elizacass on Sep 30, 2013

4 comments, 26 photos

... forth holding on for dear life ( it wasn't that dramatic) but they sure acted like it was. Christine and I sat up front with the other seasoned fisherman types, from Germany and Switzerland. Then it started, the noise of people loosing it. You could hear them loud and clear, all of those fancy dressed women were leaning over and throwing up over the sides of the boat. Now I know what its like to be on a bad boat ride ( ...