Thursday, June 2, 2011

My new living quarters on Holhudhoo Island

Here's my new living quarters.  A nice house, with three separate bedrooms.  To one side of the house, is a UNDP funded greenhouse.  Drip irrigation is used to grow eggplants and chilis.  This is one part of a larger UNDP program, which includes family level hydropanics.

The chili and eggplants inside the greenhouse are flourishing!  So green.... so healthy!  Won't belong before the community will benefit from the locally grown produce.

Here's my new room in the guest house.  It does not have a/c like my former room, but it is very large and bright.

I have my own private attached bathroom.... no hot water, but in this climate, a cool shower is most welcome!


Mohamed Shafiu said...

Hello, my name is Mohamed Shafiu, i am from Maldives currently studying for my degree in Saudi Arabia, Just went through your blog and found out that my first Headmistress was working in Meyna school, i dont have any contacts with her for the past years. I guess she might remember if u tell i am from Haa Ali Ihavandhoo, she was there for some days as our headmisstress. I will be grateful if u could provide me with her contact details atleast e-mail address. Thanks in advance.

Mr. T said...

Hello Mohamed,

Good to hear from you. Glad you found my blog. I will contact Nahidha and tell her about you and where you are. Please send me your email address so I can put the two of you in touch with each other. Here is my email address:

Mr. T