But, until a few months ago, we’d never managed to swing an invite onto a proper mas dhoni, to see what Maldivian fishing really looks like. All that changed when a friend invited us onto her Dad’s boat and, many months later, this story and film are the results.
Tag Archives: Addu
Here’s something to prove the not-nothing times of 2019: a story about our work so far, which is featured in the August/September edition of the DestinAsian magazine.
With the South Asian Travel Awards 2017 taking place this weekend in Addu’s Equator Village, we thought it would be the perfect time to hold an exhibition of Naj’s work, celebrating the best of Addu for all the people visiting. […]
Just when you think you’ve heard of everything written about the Maldives (in English, at least) you discover something new. Hammond Innes’ 1965 novel – The Strode Venturer – partly set in Addu, strongly suggested the English author had been […]
Sparked by a picture spotted in Suvadive Cafe, here in Addu, more people than we expected remembered being unibrow-ed as kids. We soon got hold of the original images and found our own victim model to recreate this joined eyebrow […]
Long overdue story about our home base here in Seenu Hithadhoo. There’s not too many houses like this one left, a blend of old and new memories, stories, and people! So, make yourself comfortable, just remember to take your shoes […]
A post in our 2k Journal/blog about another story on the page isn’t something we’ve done before (might be getting a bit meta), but our recent story on Yaahunbaraas is one we are most proud of. It’s certainly our longest, […]
We arrived in Gaafu Alif Nilandhoo early this morning, after an 11 hour trip from Feydhoo. Our companions on this voyage were mainly barrels of kerosene, boxes that almost definitely didn’t contain what they said they did (not even Ashfag […]