Our accommodation was half board, which meant breakfast and dinner were included. Should we wish to eat anything in between, we would have to order from the coffee house and the bill would be charged to our room. Some guests took full board, thus they got fed four times a day – breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner. I didn’t think it was necessary as we would spend most of the day time away from the resort anyway.
The bar area.
The buffet line.
We got friendly with a waiter, who reserved for us a table with a great view throughout our entire stay.
Maldivian food is very much similar to Indian. Lots of curries and spices.
My banana juice and Eila’s pineapple juice.
The dining area from outside.
Hanged out by the beach after dinner.
The island has two jetties - one for speed boat, another (this one) for slow boat.
There’s a library near the reception area.
Too bad they had very few English books. Most of them were in German or Swiss. Apparently Thulhagiri is very popular among tourists from that part of the world. Probably it has something to do with the fact that the resort’s owner is a Swiss.
Retired for the night. Next day’s activity: To find Nemo!