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8 AM went to HSBC to get proof of payment for the drum of Avgas so it can be released later on today, hoping to have in the SX tanks by evening..... the Maldivian's work pretty efficient but the Logistic to get the Fuel to my Airplane are not easy. First it has to be unloaded from the Big boat to an Barge which then heads over to the Airport fuel depot where it has to be accepted before it can be released to bring to my Airplane which probably will take the ...
... Shifaz picked us up when we were ready and took us over to the private beach (the same one where they had the manager's cocktail reception) for our Thanksgiving dinner. They set up a table surrounded by tons of lanterns and we had a spectacular dinner. The chef cooked the food at a BBQ set up not far from our table, so everything was fresh off the grill. We started with a spicy Maldivian salad with tuna followed by coconut ceviche with local job fish. The main course ...
... we would pay when we got back but he was adamant that we pay then. So we all did and we got safely back to shore. Not a good story about the Maldives but the water was magnificent when there was no rubbish about.
Walking around the streets was very hot and there were no women to be seen. Possibly because it was Ramadan, we weren't sure. Lots of motor bikes and as everyone told us nothing to see in Male ...
... sea glimpses! The various tanks outside our 7th floor window are attached to scaffolding poles and to do with the water system, which has failed twice so far, the friendly room boy simply climbs out the window and tampers with this by the light of his mobile phone and it's all good again ...
... it was past sunset. What the hell, we went out in the ocean
anyway in the first light of the nearly new moon (tomorrow – Sri Lanka’s
temples will be heaving). The water was so warm you couldn’t tell which bits of
you were in the water.
We saw a jellyfish and a big moray eel, basking in the
shallow water. The surf was breaking way out on the edge of the big reef. Our
holiday is over, our honeymoon has started!
Dinner was their ...