Como Maalifushi Thursday January 11, 2018 Linda’s Adventures

After kissing Steve goodbye and good luck fishing, I decided to return to the room and finish up my postings on Gili Lankanfushi. You must realize that these posts take almost forever and a day to complete, but I must entertain my fandom. All 28 followers not including you lurkers, you!

Here are the male and female wash rooms outside the restaurant. The stick figures on the door were a a little bit easier to interpret than those at Gili Lankanfushi. I accidentally walked in to the men’s room.

Here we have the men’s room at Gili Lankanfushi! The urinal was my first clue I was somewhere I didn’t belong. It must be quite soothing to pee here. I am sure some people would be afraid to use it, thinking that it was in fact an object d’art!

I am a big fan of investigating men’s rest rooms. We stayed one night at a hotel in California near the Hearst Estate. MadonnaInn.co Check out the rooms that you can stay in! Every room was different, one room had a jungle theme, another a cave for those channeling their Cro Magnon side, one room had a long and short bed side by side! The men’s bath room in the restaurant was a waterfall going the length of the room. Now this was over 35 years ago, when it was highly unusual to see anything other than a urinal.

When we stayed in the Hermitage in Nashville I sneaked a peak in the men’s room there. It had these high chairs where you could get a shoe shine while you were there!

Look! I found the picture! Not easy when you have over 15,000 pictures in your photo stream! But my memory for trivial details such as this is extreme, and I could find the picture in under two minutes! You go Linda!

Back to the tour of the grounds. This is where the pizzas are made at lunch. I didn’t try them, as I only had lunch one day, and it wasn’t pizza! I’m not traveling all this distance to eat pizza!

Here we have the last couple to eat breakfast, making goo goo eyes at each other. Perhaps they are on their honeymoon!

This is a view of the bar, it looks really nice. Doubtful that I will go there. I just don’t do bars.

Well maybe I will eat lunch here. Steve is off fishing, I might as well enjoy something to eat, I know that Steve’s guide arranged a lunch for him.

Bread sticks, and focaccia, oil with vinegar, butter an caponata. I tried all three toppings.

I ordered my first iced tea of the trip. Ordinarily I drink iced tea with lemonade every day. They brought me a little carafe of liquid sugar.

Now that is a serious burger with fries. I had to deconstruct it to eat it. It was wagyu beef, done medium rare, and the fries were as good as they look! Hmm, seems I will travel a long way for a good burger!

After lunch I went back to the room to read, and do more blogging as I was seriously behind. I had a lot of typos on my postings prior to those published yesterday as I was eager to send them out. Steve was fishing and wasn’t available to correct my mistakes or to prevent me from posting something that could get me in trouble. However, after sitting me down, and explaining that I need to do my best and publish Pulitzer Prize winning blog posts, I must not be in such a hurry to push send. Unlike the bozo in Hawaii who pushed a button he shouldn’t have, I have patience now and wait for Steve to approve.

Speaking of Steve, did he catch any fish?

How about this fish? A yellow spotted Trevally.

This fish is called a honeycomb grouper. It was my favorite fish to see when we were snorkeling at Gili Lankanfushi.

This monster is a bluefin trevally. It was a tremendous fish, probably 11-12 pounds, and the best one caught at comohotels.com/maalifushi by a guest. That doesn’t mean much as there hasn’t been much fishing done here yet! This is the only resort in the Maldives that offers fishing. We were lucky to find it, and God Bless our travel agent Lindsey Wallace at Linaratravel.com.

That’s it for Thursday afternoon.

By the way, any links I post are done without any monetary return. Steve and I pay for all of our travel expenses.

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Author: lindalant

Lover of luxury travel. My husband and I are retired and are traveling meeting people and having excellent adventures. LindasExcellentAdventures.com is my blog site.

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