Casa Verde

Address: Km 7.5 Carretera de Yaruca, La Ceiba, 00000, Honduras | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Km 7.5 Carretera de Yaruca, La Ceiba.
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Travel Blogs from La Ceiba

Back to school in the Bay Islands, Honduras

A travel blog entry by tony.purcell on Oct 11, 2014

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... for an hour and it's torturous! You need to completely focus on not being sick! But we survived! We arrived on Friday and took a day to recover, starting Dive school on Sunday morning. Spending a day walking around we could see a pattern in the bars and dive schools. It seemed to be the kind of place where people get "stuck"! There were the divers who came to do their open water course and suddenly found themselves 3 months later still there doing ...

Very hot and nothing open during carnivale

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on May 22, 2014

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Friday May 22nd. Luckily we had changed rooms yesterday after telling the nice reception lady it was an awful room at the front as way too noisy. So we had a quieter back room with a fan.last night we had a decent meal in a local restaurant but still pricey by local standards we thought. It rained last night which helped to cool the temperature. The early rise at 5.15 am was enough time to eat some fruit and down half a cup of coffee for me.The hostel Berakah ...

A looooong birthday road trip = Rescue Divers

A travel blog entry by wsbyama on Dec 08, 2013

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... did his Enriched Air ticket with instructor Brian. Our courses were good, but we felt they rushed the Rescue Diver course a little, so we didn't get as much practice/experience/scenario practice as we would have liked. The Rescue course included: learning EFR and CPR, identifying signs and symptoms of panicked or distressed divers, skills for in-water and out of water rescue and resuscitation, lost diver searching and search patterns for different environments. Frank ...

Chabelo

A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Nov 15, 2013

4 comments, 5 photos

... earlier years Melo had to go into the prison which holds 450 prisoners, but lately they have accorded Chabelo the dignity of being able to sit outside the prison walls with Melo. Chabelo found a bench and carried it under a tree to the side of the prison. First we had to leave our I.D. documents at the front desk to be recorded. The prison personnel were seemingly most friendly and courteous. Mind you we all recognized that they were in control ...

Day 72: Goodbye Utila

A travel blog entry by holliem on Nov 14, 2013

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... and that would be my life, deep down I know that I would never really fit in, that I need more to my life than Utila can offer. It is an amazing place to learn to dive, to further yourself in diving. The Utila Dive Centre is the most nurturing, friendly and fun place to learn and holiday. But ultimately the island is a tourist trap. People come for 4 days and stay months, they fall in love with diving and dive everyday, party every night until at some point the diving fades ...