We finish the stories of the trip of girls to the Maldives. This time we explain our last day in Meeru Island Resort.
That night we slept with the windows open. You don't always have the chance to sleep in a water villa and we wanted to wake up to the sound of the sea. We woke up with the first rays of the sun and went to breakfast. We already found it the day before during dinner, but of the three resorts what do we visit, Meeru It is the one that had the best offer of meals in their law firms.
After breakfast at a table by the sea we decided to go exploring the island. It is the largest of the three we visited, with 1200 meters long and 350 meters wide, so the distances were a bit noticeable. We were very surprised were the facilities of the employees, who were in the middle of the island in view of all the guests. They had a pool, sports courts, bars and, from what they told us, they were very well maintained.
We saw the garden villas and the beach villas We found superchulas, and different restaurants and bars. Both walking made us hungry and, as it was the last day, we ate a la carte in The Hot Rock Restaurant. In this restaurant the food is cooked on a hot stone. It is an Australian concept, so, in order not to disappoint its origins, I decided to eat Kangaroo meat. It was the first time I ate this meat and I liked it a lot, although perhaps it is more advisable to eat it for dinner, since at noon it was quite hot and we sweated so beautifully with the heat of the hot stones.
Fortunately, the restaurant The Hot Rock Restaurant It is next to the pool and the girls decided to take a bath after lunch, except Vero and I who decided to go do snorkel.
Unlike Vilamendhoo or Kuredu, in Meeru the reef is far from the beach and is reached by boat. The hotel organizes several departures a day to make snorkel and the journey from the island to the reef is only fifteen minutes. Before jumping into the water, the monitors handed us plasticized sheets with information about the fish we could see in the area.