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... money and left the airport by taxi headed to the ferry port where I would transfer and eventually reach Roatan island. It was no cheap ride but I learnt quickly how different/dangerous Central America was in comparison to the USA and Caymans. Everything was run down, but beautiful in its own way. Language was an immediate issue and my meager three weeks of crash Spanish was little help. I found a few helpful locals ...
... up and I even had a girl tell me I was the most Australian person she had ever seen (not sure if this is a good or a bad thing) Unfortunately my indestructible go pro case actually wasn't so indestructible and I managed to break it.. despite multiple efforts to fix it with glue and anything else I could get my hands on I have said adios to my little beaut and have upgraded to a newer ...
... people ask for a salva vida I can say "a what ? You mean the stewy special"... I have been getting a lot of strange looks but word is spreading. Unfortunately due to work commitments I was unable to play in the soccer game and so my goal tally has perished - however I will be making adjustments to get myself back in the game next week. It's now Thursday afternoon and my man from Cuba "Tom" is arriving for afew weeks of island life !! ...
... tourist industry like directions, time and restaurant etiquette. Hopefully this will continue in the community centre in the future as we all feel that they benefited from it. The Spanish lessons have taught me that I do not have a linguistic brain!!! We had twenty hours of lessons over the space of five days, it is fair to say that it scrambled my brain!! But I do feel like I understand a lot more than I did before however my Yorkshire accent is not one that ...
... was great! We had such a laugh underwater together and saw lots of cool fish and a hawksbill turtle nibbling on the coral! It's hard to comprehend this whole other world to explore underwater, we are definitely hooked! There was the exam at the end and although everyone tells you-you'll definitely pass, you can't help but be nervous! We were excellent students with Tony getting 100% and me 96%. There were some things we didn't love about Utila. First of ...