Blogging from the island of Samet, Thailand, and I’m dying show y’all pictures of the sun, sand and sea! This would have to wait till I’m back in civilisation. For the moment, my Maldives pictures would have to suffice. Cheers everybody and have a great week ahead! ❤
1. Sun, Sand, Sea
As we approach winter months, basking on the beach has never been more appealing.
2. Maldives is Instagram-Worthy
P.S. Do not judge my failed jumpshots please.
3. Snorkeling and other water activities are practically free on most island resorts.
Some resorts even provide the equipment and instructors to guide newbies along.
Having extremely fair skin makes me prone to sunburns.
Nothing can stop me from enjoying the outdoors on Kurumba Island, though.
I slapped on more sunblock and chugged skin vitamins.
Fun Fact: Maldives consists of 1,192 coral islands spread over roughly 90,000 square kilometres, making this one of the world’s most dispersed countries.
Also, inhaling salty sea breeze and getting sand stuck in your Havaianas is the best way to clear your head of a lot of things.
Fun fact: Maldives is the smallest Asian country in both population and land area. Also the planet’s lowest country, with an average ground level of 1.5 metres (4 ft 11 in) above sea level, forecasts of inundation is a great concern.
Waking up to nature’s beauty is enough reasons to make your way here for a golden getaway, don’t you think?
The beauty of Maldives never fails to take my breath away
Honestly would love to stay on this island and work for peanuts,
if it means that I get to see this every day of my life.
Also, Kurumba Maldives is a crazy good place for getaways! It has 2 outdoor freshwater pools, 3 tennis courts, a yoga pavillion, spa and a fitness centre. Snorkeling was insanely fun, because you don’t even need to be a good swimmer – the crystal clear water in the lagoon sort of buoys you up naturally.