Casa Cangrejal B&B Hotel
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So in an attempt to keep this more regular I started writing about Central America as soon as I had arrived in the Honduras. The flight across the Caribbean Sea was relaxed and I made some interesting friends along the way, one of whom was the mayor of Utila island. He had his private plane waiting for him when we arrived in La Ceiba and I instantly wished I was headed in the same direction. However, I reluctantly ...
... to get everything from clothing to vegemite Cadbury chocolate brought to the island. My one and only black mad huey's hat is far from its prime and I decided it may be time to change it up. A bold move was made and I went for an oversized army green floppy fedora as my new Stewy style. Day one wasn't as smooth as i would have liked as nobody believed that it was my hat.... things ...
... want a "Salva vida" - the most common beer. The end goal is having everyone asking for it and eventually getting the slogan on a singlet - so far things are going swimmingly. This week I also started working in the bar at the dive shop. Although money isn't great, a free meal and afew free drinks are perfect to start off my night before closing up at 10pm and heading off to another bar. Starting this job also gives me an advantage ...
... traditional Honduran food, they look a little bit like Cornish pasties!), they were so good and then I introduced them to the selfie stick!!! It was the first time that a group of people had taught English at the community centre, we had no idea how many people were going to turn up let alone their age or ability. The majority of my time there I was teaching a girl and a guy both of which had a good basic English, so we spent most of the time learning things ...
... hold my breath when I was scared or practising the skills. But it all makes so much sense when you are in the ocean and it's so easy. You move yourself up and down by your breathing, which I felt was like magic! I've never felt so free and It was like meditation, also good that no one can talk to you. We did 4 dives in total, down to 18m which felt pretty impressive. Once we were left to just enjoy ourselves and forget about using a compass or swapping ...