OH WHAT A PLACE TO SEE
Seeing the summer sun and beautiful weather, my girlfriends and I decided to meet up for a little coffee date at nice outdoor café in Brooklyn. So we started talking about places we’ve been to and where we would want to go in the future. No I’ve never heard of this location before but somehow the Maldives’ Islands came into discussion so I looked further into this place and man, was I impressed with its beauty. Just to briefly mention a snippet of the history of the land, the Maldives are located in the Indian Ocean; they were ruled by outsourced forces only on three instances, once by the Portuguese, the Dutch and the British from 1867 – 1965, and in 1968 the islands became a republic. The Maldives are ruled by an authoritarian president; they are the smallest Asian country spread out over 90,000 square kilometers and lowest in population as well with 328, 536 inhabitants in 192 of its 1,192 islands. Now that you know a very brief history of the country and some quick statistics, let’s get to the immense beauty of these islands. Tourism within this country is their greatest source of income; it’s what keep the people moving and working with the archipelago, or cluster of islands, as the country’s main attraction. If you’ve ever wanted to feel like the Queen of England, ruling your own land, the Maldives resorts are definitely your destination. Picture this: the resort sits on its own island where the population is only those that work and stay at the resort, with crystal blue waters, white beaches and calming climates.
Doesn’t that sound just marvelous? These beautiful islands are famous for their water activities primarily scuba diving, swimming, fishing, snorkeling, water-skiing, and windsurfing due to the country’s stunning underwater scenery. On these resort, you have all you’ll ever need with cafes, scuba diving classes, discos, cubs, lounges and of course the sea. These heavenly islands are the epitome of what you crave and expect from a memorable vacation that will surely captivate you at first site and make you long for many years to come; remember the Maldives are the closest place to heaven on Earth.