And what is the one thing that makes Niyama different?
Well, I think that's the thing with Niyama – there isn't one thing that makes it different, there are many things that make it different. I mean, firstly, it is a stunningly beautiful – it's two islands, technically, Chill and Play, and they're both really beautiful. I've traveled – I had a privilege of traveling around the Maldives for some time, and every time I come back I'm always amazed how pretty Niyama is. It's really luscious, really green, it's very spacious, it has beaches all the way around it, which is also unusual for the Maldives, and it has its beautiful big lagoon, which is perfect for swimming, perfect when you have kids, because it's not too rough, it's quite gentle and easy to manage.
And yeah, we have this very diverse F&B which is quite different from other resorts, we don't really do this sort of the Italian restaurant and Indian restaurant, we have an African, South-American restaurant, we have underwater restaurant, our Asian restaurant is up in the treetops, our fine dining is out in the ocean, so... We have a food truck for surf shack which we're trying to make and serve little sort of funky food for surfers and things like that, so it's quite interesting to work here, because you can play with a lot of things. We try to be a bit innovative. So we're not a safe, little off-the-road kind of resort at all. And there's this team that I have – I mean, they are --- and I've worked in hotels a long time – and they are very special. They are really passionate, they inspire me every day. They are a great group of people to work with. We all live on the island, so we become quite close to each other, and that really makes what I do interesting every day, because, you know, I like to bring characters out in people. And I think it's important when guests interact with people they're interacting with real people and not just some robot who is there to serve. I want them to talk, I want them to joke, I want them to have a good time when they're working. And enjoy it as much as our guests do, sometimes.