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Travel Blogs from South Male Atoll
... with yellow fins. Before dinner as she sank
more and more alcoholic cocktails – 2 actually - (I stuck to Sprite) we decided our employment
plan for 2013 – she will spend time getting ebooks sorted plus other ways to
make money as we semi-retire.
Mambo droned on, there was a disco on the beach but we were
asleep by 9 (we = M). It’s great not
having the internet for a week, and sad to see these foreigners bashing away at
their text messages. ...
... go snorkeling. They have about 10 lanes through the coral reef to avoid damaging it. The lane is about 50 feet and about 10 feet wide cut into the coral. You swim through that and then it is all around you. The fish were beautiful and very plentiful. I really enjoyed seeing big schools just beyond the drop off. We were out about an hour and midway I started feeling drops on my back. No problem for the ...
... After spending over half my money we took another taxi to the Local Market. For small handicraft items the local market is the place to be, it is located just a few miles away from the Male Fish Market. There was a quantity of stalls that displayed the local produce gathered from the different atolls of Maldives. It is the perfect place for buying local vegetables, fruits and jams, pickles and homemade sweets. After all ...
... place to do so here. A lot of customers here are couples who look like very much loving so much, probably a lot of them are on honeymoon. There are quite a few families and elderlies as well. Many cabin crews also use this resort. Isn't it a great job to fly to Male' every so often and stay at this resort for a few days?? Hard life!
There are a couple of bars in the island and they were doing happy hour, so we went to Sandown Bar to watch ...
... if not to be condoned. These “deserted” islands all have a couple of caretakers, and are not as pristine once you get beyond the shoreline foliage.
Tonight is the big birthday night for the Gang of 10, and the ship’s crew is putting on a Bodu beru, which consists of Maldivian drum music. Up on the deck, the crew drum and sing, and cajole the guests to take part. Kumar, one of the stewards, is particularly good with ...