Mingle With The Locals by Watching the Spectacular Sunset

Notes by yeyette on Saturday, October 10th, 2015 under Featured, Mahibadhoo

Standard Post with ImageWatching the magnificent sunset all alone is not a bad idea (but it won't happen unless you are the sole survivor in an island) but to make it worthwhile even though you are traveling alone, mingle with the locals. Walk to your left side when you go out from Amazing Noovilu's guesthouse. Walk all the way where you can see a tower, turn right and you will see the locals chatting by the lagoon waiting for the sunset. The sun slowly change its color when I reached the area and it was friendly enough for you to look at it . The…more

Picnic in a Deserted Island

Notes by yeyette on Saturday, September 5th, 2015 under Mahibadhoo

Standard Post with ImageWe woke up at around 8AM to get ready for a picnic at the deserted island. We will take our breakfast there and the travel time from the resort to the island was around 20 mins. Mazin's mother prepare all the food for us, breakfast, snacks, lunch, and dessert. I find time to take some pictures in Mazin's lawn while waiting for the group. [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="800"] Australian cockatoo[/caption] There is always a luck of the Irish :) [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="534"] Luck of the Irish[/caption] Maldive's traditional hammock: It's everywhere. Their parrot, Richie is rich of colors. Don't…more

Malé to Mahibadhoo

Notes by yeyette on Saturday, August 15th, 2015 under Mahibadhoo

Standard Post with ImageWe arrived in Malé at 10AM and the travel time to Mahibadhoo was at 4PM via public speedboat. It was still early to check the ferry but I wanted to know where the ferry is located. I went around the city and again, there was a guy approached me asking me where will I go. I think it's a norm in Malé that people will ask you if you looked like a tourist. It's either their way of business or they are just trying to help. I told him I will go to Mahibadhoo and I want to know where is…more