Maafushivaru

Address: Maldives, South Ari Atoll, Alifu Atoll, Maldives | Resort
 
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This resort is located on Maldives, South Ari Atoll.
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      Friday and Saturday

      A travel blog entry by couillard on Mar 22, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      Mon Cher Claude

      A travel blog entry by couillard on Mar 20, 2014

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      C'est a ton tour, de te laisser parler d'amour. Happy Birthday to you! To a wonderful brother in law, cool, calm and collected. Kind, generous, a great family man, and a fabulous cook too! Sorry to all my single friends, as he isn't available, he has a fun, life partner and a wonderful boy. We love you, hugs and kisses from the ...

      Orientation dive

      A travel blog entry by couillard on Mar 19, 2014

      6 photos

      ... mouth piece of any water. Otherwise you swallow a huge gulp of salty water and most likely will choke really bad. We both passed and got a thumbs up, we saw a Napoleon (giant fish), moray eels, shrimp, and a huge variety of smaller fish. I will look them up to try to identify them by name. this morning from our balcony just before our meeting at the dive shop, we saw a pod of at least 10 dolphins swimming past our ...

      Paradise

      A travel blog entry by couillard on Mar 18, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... different types of guests. We chose a scuba diving island which hosts a house reef that does not require a long boat ride before you get to the dive sites. You just walk in from the beach and walk out when you are done the dive. I remember we did this in the Whitsunday Islands, in Australia and just loved ...

      Eat, Snorkel, Sleep

      A travel blog entry by pwassell on Jan 12, 2014

      ... to have larger fish. Seeing a shark swim towards you does send the heart racing and a little squeal through the snorkel.

      We went sunset fishing one evening on a boat with about 12 others, it wasn't fishing like we were used to, basically just a coil of line with a baited hook and weights. You throw it out, let it hit the bottom then reel it in about 1 metre and wait. We caught a couple of fish which would be cooked for us the following night. One ...