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Before heading to the tropical getaway that is the Maldives, it is always good to keep a few things in mind that will help in planning your dream holiday. Here are some things to consider.Where to stayMight sound simple enough, but you do have many options when it comes to where to stay and what kind of accommodation to choose. Resorts are generally located on private islands, each catering to diverse interests and offering idyllic settings in which to enjoy the best of what the country ...
... leader to look after us, Bongo, as well as a very efficient crew of 5: Laray (captain of our boat), Bablu (cook from Bengladesh), Assad (waiter), Ahmed (roomboy) & Mo (captain of the 2 boats). Although they each had their responsibilities, they all worked together when it was time to set anchor, drive the dingy to snorkelling spots, check the currents, fish, etc.
A typical day would start with wake-up around 6.45 (without alarm clocks, due to ...
... realllllly raining right now. It's one of those heavy sigh moments...
I haven't seen anyone from the trip at all. I've just been doing my own thing. I hope I'll run into some people at dinner because I need to stop isolating. We know how I can disappear sometimes... But no worries, I'll get out of my villa and go be social tonight.
We have another full day here tomorrow and then we're off to Botswana on Wednesday. Bots-frickin-wana... I ...
... took a lot longer. Then it was my turn. I just had to lie on it. I was really good and I kept asking the boat to take me on another round.
It was so much fun!!
After this we swum for a little bit in the sea and then we made a sandcastle and then it was getting dark and time to go and get ready for dinner.
It was an awesome ...
... water that was the entrance to the reef proved hard work even for our legs to paddle through.
The Chinese couple in the villa beside us woke us at 7am with shouting. We looked over the balcony to find them tethered to their villa by an orange rope, both clad in life jackets. They were not in trouble, but it appeared the shouting was because one was too scared to let go of the rope to explore the reefs further. We must say, not to be nasty, found this rather ...