La Casa Rosa Hotel
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... finished lunch, we went our separate ways. We did have fun on the tour with Elmer - we just didn't get as much as we expected out of it given the cost of the tour.
At night, we went to a local restaurant (the food is great in San Pedro), where I had Asian food for the first time in months. We ended up staying there a couple extra hours, so I could get my simulation baseball games in that I was supposed to play yesterday, but couldn't because of the power ...
... so I kind of ventured off on my own. After a bit I decided I would just go to San Pedro Spanish school so booked our bus for 2pm! Chris, Marie and I went to the market and had a good walk around and bought some market hot dogs and fruit :) walked backed and bumped into Alice who I met in Cancun and went to isla mujers with it was a quick reunion but was awesome :) will come back and visit them when I am back in Antigua :) Jumped on the 2pm bus and we got caught ...
... with powerful binoculars, as it's a good 10-20 foot drop from the window side of the cabin) They have a private dock, as the hotel can only be reached by boat or foot path. Santa Cruz, the nearest village, has no cars, they do have tuk tuks, if one wants to venture up the hill from the dock. The hotel reuses and up cycles everything. The restaurant is slow food, one has to reserve dinner before 4 pm, so the cooks have time to prepare it. Service is between 6:30-8. ...
Today it was up at 3:30am to get out 2 hour bus to La Ceiba, and then our 9:30am boat to Utila. The boat was pretty sketchy and lots of people were being sick, but we had popped travel sickness pills and slept the whole way... And wahoo, we're finally here! We checked into Underwater Vision, with Trudy's hostel connected ...
... interesting session that was also about releasing judgements and expectations in life, and allowed me to realize at a deeper level who I really am. I did not see a past life, but I did not need to. I look forward to meeting with Jay again one day. He will be offering a 3 month course that I am very interested in taking.
Me and my friends experienced so much at an excellerated rate. We would talk about needing something and then two minutes later we would run ...