The Sun Siyam Iru Fushi Maldives
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... state, subarctic diving is quite a risky activity. But if you take proper safety measures, you are far from danger posed by the activity. How to avoid danger, you may wonder. But it is simpler than you imagine. Simply follow your dive master. The diving excursions are always held under tye supervision of professional instructors.
Basically speaking, you need to check your diving gear first. You need to be well familiar with as well as comfortable in them. ...
... insignificance when I saw a poster advertising a half-day trip to a local island.
Gaafaru is a small island about 20 km from the resort. I was there briefly enroute to Kaashidhoo - but long enough to see that there is very little there, even by Maldivian standards. To be fair, the poster advertising the trip doesn't offer much - seeing a few houses, seeing some people and buying some stuff. All this for only $450 USD per couple - with a minimum of 6 ...
... drink made from cutting the flowering stalk of the coconut plant and collecting the sap that drips from it. Ismail had six trees on the go, climbing each every day to collect the toddy from bottles that he attached the day before. It was a lot thicker and tangier than the water from coconuts themselves. Apparently Ismail sells the toddy to resorts via Male - I can only imagine the mark-up that happens on the way.
We also got to see some rare black ...
Hi Guys, Not much to update other than the weather is HOT after the last update that mentioned the rain storms. The last two days have been outrageously hot and today Gillius kept out of the sun due to not feeling hundred percent, saying that we ventured out this evening and had a cocktail whilst watching the sunset (pictures attached). We went on ...
... the jetty to watch the fish chasing each about - hoping for the odd shark which brightens up the proceedings! Occasionally a manta ray swims past or a giant fish too. We have our own aquarium to watch. Attached some pictures to keep you amused - only taken on the iPhone but we will add more tomorrow when Jase has edited them. Love to all ...