We continue with the stories of blogtrip to the Maldives that we carried out in November 2016 together with Fashion Travel Bloggers. That day we explored the island and did yoga by the sea in the Coco Bodu Hithi.
We woke up soon again to go snorkeling. Nothing surprising if you have read the previous deliveries of this trip to the Maldives. However, the sky dawned very cloudy and the wind foreshadowed murky waters. Thus, after half an hour of exploring the seabed near the east beach, we gave up due to the wind and the current. Even so, it was amazing because in such a short time we were able to discover many large schools of fish and even a medium-sized turtle.
Later, we had breakfast at the Air restaurant what's in front of the infinity pool of the hotel. The breakfast buffet was very complete and included delicacies such as hummus of beet or bagles Salmon We order coffee with milk, tortilla of various ingredients, toast, butter, a chocolate cupcake and a French Toast. Anyway, we finished well. That's how we were when we ran into Sonia, the hotel's marine biologist. We told him that we had seen a turtle in the morning and he replied that it was rare to see them in that area.
Then we went back to the room and got to deluge in a bad way. Finally, at lunchtime it eased a little. This time we went to Latitude restaurant, an informal place with armchairs and low tables. We ordered nachos with cheese and some panini club and vegetable wraps They included a side of very rich fries.
Shortly after he arrived Olga, one of the employees who had received us upon arrival yesterday, and accompanied us for a walk around the island. We got into a buggy and went to see the "water villas". At Coco Bodu Hithi There are four types of rooms: the «Island villas»Where we were, the normal« water villas », the« water villas Escape »and the Coco Residence They are the most luxurious hotel rooms and also hold onto the ocean. The "water villa" that we could see inside had a very large single bathtub in the center of the bathroom. And although the room itself was smaller than our "Island villa", the views of the sea water were spectacular and, as in the hotel Angsana VelavaruIt also had a private pool that stood out above the ocean.