Best of the Maldives: Lagoon Breakfast – Mirihi

Mirihi lagoon breakfast

If the lure of the Maldives is the pervasive surroundings of water, then after your morning bath or shower similarly encircled. If you want to have breakfast in the water rather than on the water, then you can enjoy your breakfast completely immersed at Mirihi. They offer a ‘Feet in the Water Breakfast’ for $68 per person which covers whatever the guest wants (not the ‘caviar’, but normal breakfast fare). Assistant Front Office Manager Bastian Singer describes…

“As you can see the table is directly set up at the shoreline and the guests really have the feet in the water during the breakfast. It’s mostly used for special occasions like birthdays or wedding anniversaries as there is as well a bottle of champagne included.”

We love the beach dining concept. From the beginning of our family’s trips to the Maldives, we loved to eat right out on the sand by the ocean’s edge. In the go old days, years ago, the resorts were pretty laid back and were happy to move a table out to the beach for you. Now, many of the resorts are even more happy and set up to do so, but they usually bill it as a special meal or service. I don’t begrudge the resorts for doing so. It is both a bit more of a kuffufle that would impede their operations if everyone did it every day. And it is definitely extra value. Now Mirihi takes beach dining a step forward from water’s edge to water itself.

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  2. Oh yes, I would advise to book yoveuelsrs in an All-Inclusive Package when travelling on the abovementioned places. Last August, my hubby, daughter and I were in Santorini and Mykonos in Greece for 10 days and I forgot my diet during those days!!! It was all worth it!BTW, a very nice, minimalist and well-versed blog you've got here. Keep it up because I'll be droppin' by for more guidelines for our trips in the future.Any suggestions for Asian trips, please? I am an ex-Travel Consultant but it has been a decade already since I worked and I'm sure the places I've visited before aren't the same these days.

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