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Surviving Rain in Maldives

Thursday, April 2, 2015
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Recently, I was approached by so many of you asking me how many nights is ‘enough’ in Maldives and when is the best time to go? I would always say depends…Do you get bored easily? Do you not like the silence? What is it you are looking for?

Having been to Maldives a few too many times, different weather forecast plays a major role on our trip. But after a few times of having rain fall on us and waiting impatiently for it to pass, we learned that there are other things you can do in Maldives to Survive the rain.

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Surviving Rain in Maldives

In the moment

We heard it so many times before and we try and implement it in our daily repertoire but the honest truth is that the fast pace life, the social media and tech doesn’t make it easy at all. You are in the Maldives. Islands of infinite water life and the ‘far away land’ that most people dream of. Watch the rain from your room with the windows open, read a book in bed and just watch be in the moment.

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Try different cuisines

Having a wide variety of restaurants in the hotel has to be on the top 3 of the reasons to pick a certain hotel. For rainy days, you get to try different cuisines and even learn to cook!

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Take a walk in the rain

Why wouldn’t you anyway? Hotels provides rain coats and umbrellas and when it rains, life goes on… It’s so therapeutic and calm.

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Book a Yoga class

Find some quiet time and let it go. Let go of all that matters and the things that didn’t. There is no such thing as balanced life. Don’t look for it. Just try and focus on working on your peace.

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Have a massage

One of the greatest stress reliever is booking your one hour (or more) spa session. The second greatest thing is the one hour of detox therapy after that! The best thing about it, you wont be feeling guilty about missing out some sun!

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