Casa Cangrejal B&B Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and buy our tickets quickly quickly quickly, then we didn't leave port for another half an hour anyway. The crossing to Utila was spectacularly rough, with people being sick left, right, centre and front and rear. Thankfully, we were okay, possibly due to the lack of food. It was also incredibly hot inside the cabin, which didn't help, and waves crashing over the back of the boat kept many people away from the fresh air outdoors. We've had better ...
... increased substantially.
The drive to San Pedro Sula took about three hours across severely potholed roads that caused the drivers to swerve across unmarked lanes in a constant effort to save their vehicle from the sinkholes. As we approached the city limits, we were a little surprised to stop and pick up two men dressed as clowns with painted faces, oversized clothes, goofy shoes. On our travels we have seen a myriad of salesmen and women board the buses ...
... of. It's good to be making some money but note to self - don't start on a busy night. Note to ladies - I now have enough money to buy things. For family dinner night Derek and I once again decided to make a dessert. With little knowledge of how to make anything and very little common cooking sense we decided to make ice cream 45 minutes before the dinner began. Creating two incredible dishes in the past two weeks I think the pressure got to us and we produced ...
... with my bouyancy more than I should. The idea is once I'm underwater apart from the start bouyancy should be controlled by my breathing only. This has made my dives a lot more relaxed. The coral and arrangements of the dives also felt better, and I'm just more in the groove, so although we didn't see a lot I haven't seen elsewhere the experiences were a lot more enjoyable. What I did see at the end of the first dive however was ...
... a gateway town to the islands. It is a bizarre mix of hectic roadside markets that you would expect of Central America and whopper shopping malls with all the major U.S chain stores. Our plan was to move on to the Belizean cayes but it looked to be a mammoth and expensive journey-so just like that we changed the plan and booked a shuttle to Antigua in Guatamala. My favourite thing about the trip so far is that we can change our plans on a whim and be wherever we ...