Travel Blogs from South Ari Atoll
... from Tsunami), there is evidence of it starting to regenerate....most of it was dead coral.
However there were plenty of fish, brightly coloured of all sizes and shapes and could hear the colourful parrot fish gnaw at the coral while we were snorkelling. The water was so refreshing and we snorkelled for about an hour, in some places it was very shallow and Bob has some scrapes on his knees and ankle from the coral.
The bungalows on the beach, will set ...
The Maldives, officially Republic of Maldives, is an island nation in the Indian Ocean formed by a double chain of twenty-six atolls stretching in a north-south direction. It stands in the Laccadive Sea, (250 mi) south-west of India
Some Facts about Maldives are listed follows:
1. Maldives is known by two names; Republic of Maldives and Dhivehi Raajjeyge Jumhooriyyaa. Republic of Maldives being the authorized name for the ...
... of both a boat and a plane all rolled up in one. Julie was holding the little paper bag but held her own. Well done. We had a 20 minute trip to Male, and a nice landing. The Maldivian lady beside me let out a gasp with tears of joy. The transfer was super smooth from local to international. I was impressed. Julie requested a big plate of fries and then we had some nice coffee drinks at Dome. Now we are waiting for a delayed flight to Colombo. We are supposed to be going to ...
... island. Practically this meant we had an extra day compared ...
... all, a great vacation. Our one excursion was the "Island Escape" excursion, where we took a dhoni to the nearby "Picnic Island", which had a gorgeous beach, a local reef, and lots of little picnic areas with grills. Despite the fact that this wasn't the deserted island I had imagined (other resorts ran excursions to this island as well, so there were at least 2 or 3 other parties there), I actually did quite like it because it ...
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