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... and marked with manipulation by the state prosecutor and a number of judges.
I found this helpful for me to understand the historical timeline, presented in a very factual and concise manner as you would expect from a good lawyer. He stuck to facts, events and processes without speculation or embellishment. Then the reporter did subsequent video interviews with Omar, Dunia, Merlin and of course Chabelo. This time at the prison I had to show my documentation, as did ...
... 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 ...
... as it is time we got moving and to go into town and back out tomorrow seems silly and besides we willnbe paying more for a tour so need to get cheaper accommodation. Our last meal is beer batter fish, veges and salad from Mike who really loves cooking and it shows. It is nice to chat to them on our own and we have a good eveing of intersting topics. We find out that there are some serious safety concerns here and we will need to be careful how we travel and ...
... days in paradise, it was time for me to head back. I grabbed a taxi to the bus, surprisingly the nicest bus I have ever been on to the capital of Honduras and another taxi to my hotel. This was pre-arranged with the hotel as I wasn't taking any chances with my life here. I also ponied up for a nice, secure hotel given a fellow traveller's accounts of peeing in a bucket because she was too scared to leave her room at the shoddy hostel where she ...
... 450+ foot waterfall! It was truly breathtaking! On foot we could see many more species in the rain forest than we were able to make out from the river.Back at the lodge, we put our suits back on and swam in the stream-fed jungle pool.
After the hike we still had to shower up and take a taxi to downtown La Ceiba to our hotel for the night. In retrospect, we all wished ...