Casa Cangrejal B&B Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and was corralled into a speed boat which was going to take me down the river to a hostel called 'Hotel Kangaroo’
I got chatting to the Aussie owner after dinner, who pointed out a far easier and more inexpensive way of getting to the island, directly from where I was.It involved a local bus across the border into Honduras, another local bus from 2012’s ‘Most Dangerous City in the World’ – San Pedro Sula - an overnight stay in La ...
... as it is time we got moving and to go into town and back out tomorrow seems silly and besides we willnbe paying more for a tour so need to get cheaper accommodation. Our last meal is beer batter fish, veges and salad from Mike who really loves cooking and it shows. It is nice to chat to them on our own and we have a good eveing of intersting topics. We find out that there are some serious safety concerns here and we will need to be careful how we travel and ...
... over to the shaded area beside the prison. Occasionally a guard or an employee would walk by but there was no interference or attempt to listen in on the conversation. Still it was obvious that our conversation needed to be discreet and almost whispered.
Chabelo reminded us that he has been in jail for 5 1/2 years. Legally he should not now be in jail as on Nov 5, 2013 the Appeal Tribunal of the Supreme Court of Trujillo declared that the charges ...
... my weight belt and mask. Once in the water, I got a slight shiver even with my wetsuit on. Since the rain the water temperature had dropped a bit, probably still sitting around 27 degrees, but when you are used to 30 degree temps, 27 seems freezing.
This dive Susanne was leading, we spent about 50 minutes in total under the water. It still amazes me every time, the feeling of complete calm you get when all you can do is breath in and out and ...
... is spoken widely, and with a distinctly Caribbean accent.
Located at the southern tip of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, the world's second largest reef system, Utila is also a diving hotspot. Fittingly, my mission in Utila was to learn how to dive.
Ten days later: Mission accomplished. I received my PADI Open Water Certification to dive as deep as 18 meters (60ft). I'll go on record and say that it was not easy at ...