Adaaran Prestige Vadoo
Travel Blogs from South Male Atoll
We got up and out of the hotel just as the sun was rising. It took much less time to get to the airport this time since it was early in the morning and the massive amounts of people hadn't poured into the streets yet. With one last look at everything along the way we said goodbye to India and looked forward to getting to Maldives!!!
... in the US. His brother is at the Naval Academy in Annapolis on a scholarship, so there's no reason he can't do the same thing! He found us at the pool on our last day and asked to take a picture with us. He sent a nice email with the picture and said he's been motivated to work hard and accomplish his dream of being a pilot! I hope it happens for him! We didn't leave the PH until 3pm yesterday, so we enjoyed every last moment of our stay there! ...
... we have a bit of protesting, some roads closed...just disrupting life and making it annoying and difficult to get around some areas of Male`. Never did I really feel like I was in any danger, but the media, it seems, had a different view. Many emails and Skype calls came in from home checking if it was safe and I was ok. All was fine, getting around, and doing things just took a little longer than usual and left us ...
... having bought some water and a
restaurant seat, we are summoned back into the throng and emerge at a
speedboat. This is what Helen has chosen over a seaplane, and soon wishes she
hadn’t. It was only a 20-minute trip but if you have fillings then each one
would have been jarred as the boat pitched up and down. The speed was about 65
miles an hour all the way. A tour company rep who hitched a lift had legs that
had fed a few mozzies – will it be ...
... loves it and we nearly spent 2 hours in the water. Good thing about this location is that very nice corals (with a lot of fish) can be ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool