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Well, it sure has been a very busy travel week for me – I started it in Rome, continued to Vienna, then to Dubai, after that Abu Dhabi… and finally now in the Maldives! More specifically, at the island of paradise a.k.a the Park Hyatt Maldives. I’ve decided to bring my parents along to Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and the Maldives.. and they are totally in love!

I’ve been planning this journey for quite some time now because I know that it is the high season in the Maldives right now, so I confirmed my 7 night stay at the Park Hyatt a few months ago and booked the flights to Male a few weeks ago. Getting to the Park Hyatt involves a domestic flight followed by a boat transfer, both of which are arranged by the hotel for ~$520 USD (which I think is a bit too much since there’s no way a one-hour domestic flight and a 30-minute boat ride costs that much).

Park Hyatt Maldives

Park Hyatt Maldives

So how’s the Park Hyatt Maldives? Paradise on Earth. Seriously, it’s that gorgeous. I know everyone always talks about coming here, which leads to many people thinking that the resort is overrated, but it isn’t. It is super relaxing and beautiful. I’ve been to many places around the world, but none of them have been as gorgeous as this island of paradise.

I’ll have more details soon, but for now, I’m going snorkelling. Y’all need to come here… it is breathtaking!

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