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Full board or Breakfast, lunch and dinner ?

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Full board or Breakfast, lunch and dinner ?

We are going to Maldives with Kuoni UK, and have no idea which meal plan to choose from. We are not really into alcohol and it could be skip for at least a week or two, and wondering does Breakfast, lunch and dinner good enough for us ?

What are the differences of All inclusive, full board ? Does Breakfast, lunch and dinner include drink(water, juice etc) as well ?

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1. Re: Full board or Breakfast, lunch and dinner ?

Hi

You haven't said where you are going and A! varies on different islands. However full board is just breakfast lunch and dinner not water juice etc. Personally I think it;s too much food and extra time wasted with lunch always go half board a stoked up full english breakfast and dinner

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Doug

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2. Re: Full board or Breakfast, lunch and dinner ?

Doug ... a lot of nationalities ... um.. well... almost all don't eat like the english in the morning :)

i'd be sick all day if i loaded all that grease into myself first thing .. no breakfast for me. but by lunchtime, after the first dive or two , i am ready for something light.

in most places, full board means breakfast plus coffee and juice , lunch and dinner - no drinks with these.

AI includes drinks.

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6. Re: Full board or Breakfast, lunch and dinner ?

Hi Spammie

Are you sure you're an American? All the breakfast goodies except possibly the eggs are grilled on all the Maldives resorts I've been to so no nasty grease- I haven't taught them to do fried bread yet-Actually I don't eat breakfast at all at home nor make a big thing out of lunch just a sandwich then an evening meal.I just find lunch in the Maldives a time waster

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7. Re: Full board or Breakfast, lunch and dinner ?

Hi

On Angaga last year we went Half board Plus. This was essentially All Inclusive without lunch. This suited us very well as it avoided my tendency to over eat because it is paid for. lol!

Don't know of any other islands that do HB+

OD

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8. Re: Full board or Breakfast, lunch and dinner ?

I'm another plumping for the full English....need some calories to keep me going on my epic snorkeling session!!

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9. Re: Full board or Breakfast, lunch and dinner ?

I go for the healthy option....

Full english followed by a load of nice fresh fruit :-)

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10. Re: Full board or Breakfast, lunch and dinner ?

We also revert to stereotypes - rye bread and cheese for me, porridge for hubby

Oh and fresh fruit for both