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EXPLORING OUR VILLA IN THE FOUR SEASONS MALDIVES LANDAA GIRAAVARU
After getting off the buggy, Karen and I eagerly push open the door and head into our villa in the Four Seasons Maldives Landaa Giraavaru, and stop immediately. Straight across from the main door, past the bar beside the door and the sitting area that could sit 6 persons comfortably, a pair of wooden sliding doors with clear glass panels lead to our private deck which had a couple of cushioned, wooden deck chairs and a private pool, beyond all that, was the sea. That beautiful expanse that was one moment blue and the next green, stretched far to the horizon.
With exclamations of delight we pulled open the sliding doors for a better view. After a few more ooo's and ahh's we headed off to explore the rest of our villa. Right beside the sitting room was our four poster king size bed with a mosquito net draped over the side of the posts. Jumping onto the bed, the view was amazing with the sea right ahead of us through glass panel windows, and a tv too!
Karen jumped off the bed to see what else the villa had to offer, she headed round the corner and her sudden excited exclamations got me running to see what she had found. I rounded the corner into a huge walk in wardrobe with our luggage already placed nicely within, but that wasn't what Karen was excited over though.
|Huge walk in wardrobe!|
Beside the walk in wardrobe, through big blue double doors, was the bathroom. It was enormous! It stretched from one end of our villa to the other, with one sink for her and one for me, a rain shower in a spacious shower stall and a bath tub with a view of the sea. And even an outdoor shower where you could see the sea through the wooden decking. There was even a glass panel on the floor in front of the toilet for you to look at fishes while you... well... it's great though. =)
Looking at each other in disbelief, Karen whips out her camera and starts clambering over everything in our villa taking photos.
The room phone rings, it was my aunt organising a visit to the dive shop to pick up our snorkeling gear.