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... a ferry first thing in the morning. Crossing the border into Central America’s most dangerous country on my own, armed with only some very basic Spanish was quite a daunting thought. The morning I set off, I got chatting to an Israeli couple straight away, so at least I had some travel buddies. We had some first class entertainment too, the highlight being a Spanish dubbed religious gangster film starring Ja Rule. Niche.
Crossing the border itself was actually ...
... Mike has a security guard at night and it is very necessary . The expats and tourists are definitely a target for their money and valuables here sadly . There is no wifi here tonight as it is down so it is a quiet one online for us.Monday 25th May. Ater packing up , we have breakfast of eggs and chorizo and toast ( with my travel vegemite , yum). Mike and May give us a lift to the travel agency in town and we say goodbye to them. The avel agent refers us ...
... were improper and ordered that he be released immediately. The state prosecutor would have to bring new charges against Chabelo with new evidence if it wanted to continue a case against him. Obviously they are not able to do that, but he remains in prison and there is no apparent reason other than the fact that the prison has not been authorized to release him. In the original land dispute that led to his imprisonment, a very highly placed police official is ...
... the gorgeous corals and schools of fish. It is such a relaxing activity, everything is done with minimal effort to minimize air usage and maximize fun and under water time. We saw a number of different fish ranging from the size of my finger nail to the size of my thigh, no big barracuda's or whales this time. After the 50 minutes was up we all surface and immediately started the post dive debrief which is always 'did you see this?' 'Did you see that?' ...
Divers can all relate to the thrilling awkwardness that comes with breathing underwater for the first time. But that was just the beginning of it. At first I felt overwhelmed by my inability to breathe through my nose, something that I do on ground all the time. During my first underwater session I also couldn't equalize, which resulted in ear pain. And, of course, learning about all of the things that can go wrong during diving ...