Archive for: ‘January 2011’

March Weather in Maldives

January 31, 2011 Posted by admin

March is probably the busiest time of year for the Maldives as a holiday destination. The culmination of the dry winter monsoon, the March Maldives weather comprises of the perfect blend between hot sunny days and warm pleasant nights.
The Maldives weather forecast also demonstrates light humidity and a gentle northeastern breeze; it is exactly this constant sea breeze, which keeps the climate so delightful, particularly during the dry season in the Maldives.
A sublime 29 degrees on average, in tandem with a minimum of 30 degrees water temperature, creates a relaxing environment for your trip to the Maldives. With an average of 0 rainy days in March, and a paltry 73 millimetres of rainfall over the course of the month, one can see why the Maldives weather in March is prime time for diving trips and cruises.
For an actual 5 days weather forecast Maldives, feel free to check our weather page!

Weather in Maldives

January 24, 2011 Posted by admin

Maldives weather June is lovely and warm but there will be some waves in the ocean and you may have a few rainstorms during your stay. If you like diving in the maldives, the Maldives weather in July is ideal. In fact, the weather in Maldives, June, July and August is ideal for surfers as the swells will be at their highest.

Last Minute Diving Holidays Maldives on Blackpearl Liveaboard

January 16, 2011 Posted by admin

Amazing Last Minute Diving Holidays Deal on Black Pearl Maldives: 35% off upcoming ‘Dive with the Big Five Cruise’

From 31 January to 7 February 2011 guests enjoy a whopping 35-percent discount on standard rates on Black Pearl, a recently built ship known for its hand-crafted wooden design and friendly, experienced staff. Since one of the boat’s two charming owners is always on the ship and leads the dives, you can rely on excellent service above and below water.

Black Pearl Maldives Liveaboard Last Minute Diving Holidays Maldives on Blackpearl Liveaboard

Great Last Minute Diving Holiday Special January 31 – February 7 2011

Whale shark, manta ray, grey reef shark, stingray and turtle – those are the Maldivian Big Five, as we like to call them. On the ‘Dive with the Big Five Cruise’ you can make the most of the great visibility at this time of the year. ‘Big Five’ is a term normally associated with African game safaris, but it’s just as fitting for the giants of the Indian Ocean, which are frequently spotted in the Maldives.

The winter months are show time for these fascinating creatures, offering high chances of coming across all five of them during a week’s safari.

From just US$132 per day, you can now embark on a journey of a lifetime aboard the beautiful Black Pearl.

Safari Details

Ship: Black Pearl

Cruise dates: 31 January – 7 February 2011

Special rate: US$ 924 + 3,5% Government Service Tax per person, no further dues on board. Full board, 17 dives (1 night dive) and a whole host of other services are included in the price.

Accommodation: spacious air-conditioned rooms (double or twin), en-suite bathroom and shower.

Click to see all details for this last minute package.

Last Minute Diving Holidays Maldives on Blackpearl Liveaboard is a post from: Maldives Blog

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Hanifaru Bay in Baa Atoll, Maldives

January 12, 2011 Posted by admin

Hanifaru Bay is located in the Baa Atoll Hanifaru in the Maldives.
For several years now, Hanifaru has become known as one of the prime dive spots in the world. Hanifafu Baa Atoll is so special because of the abundance of Hanifaru Bay manta rays. The manta rays are attracted to Hanifaru Maldives because this area is home to incredible amounts of plankton. The Hanifaru mantas, which are filter feeders that thrive on plankton, come to Hanifaru to feast on the zooplankton. What makes Hanifaru diving even more special is that when the Hanifaru Bay gather to eat the plankton, there can often be more than 200 manta rays, and they gather in a frenzy of feeding action, swirling around in the water and gobbling up the delicious plankton.

Theia Maldives Liveaboard Video Tour

January 12, 2011 Posted by admin

Take a virtual tour of the upper and top deck as well as the dive boat of luxury liveaboard Theia in the Maldives.

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Find a Sugar Daddy For Me

January 10, 2011 Posted by admin

All Sugar Babies are different. All Sugar Daddies have different tastes and so, there needs to be a different Baby for each of them. She can be a 6-foot beauty with blonde hair, blue eyes, golden tan and perfectly toned abs, or she can be a larger-than-life, curvaceous size-16 voluptuous woman. While Sugar Babies may work out of necessity, they are not usually bogged down with career aspirations, choosing instead to operate as ladies of leisure, in the lifestyle they have grown accustomed to.

This does not mean a Sugar Baby is not an intelligent creature. On the contrary, Babies must be able to make polite conversation about a variety of topics. While this does not require a Science Degree, it does require an element of general knowledge and strong social skills. She should also be alert to her surroundings and streetwise.

The world of Sugar can unfortunately bring women into contact with unpleasant men that are less than decent sugar daddy and the professional Sugar Baby should know how to recognize and avoid such situations, before they materialize.
Now, you are probably reading this, thinking, “I can do all those things”. Great, so how do you make the change from sugar daddy 4 me your normal, average, run-of-the-mill, into the elite, jet-setting, high-class society lifestyle you have always dreamed of? While no two Sugar Babies are the same, there are certain things they all have in common, and to get started in Sugar, you need to make sure you are always well-groomed. Your hair should always be clean, shiny and nicely cut. If you color or highlight your hair, your roots should always be under control – never let on your true hair color – and you should never have split ends. Most men prefer women to wear their hair loose, so bear that in mind whenever you leave the house. Aim for a “just stepped out of the salon” look at all times. Likewise, your nails should always be manicured and as far as make-up is concerned, you should always wear mascara and lip gloss, at the very least at all times. By night, you will want to step it up to include base, blusher and eye shadow and perhaps a little sparkle – irresistible to almost every man on the planet. Also, don’t forget your jewelry. Even the most simple earrings and necklace can make you stand out from the crowd.