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... allows you to gain almost perfect buoyancy. With a somewhat tedious set up section as we were taught how to adjust the harness and learn the functions of everything I was ready to enter the water and try a brand new way of diving. As a newly certified instructor I was full of confidence that I should never have adopted for side mount. My first side mount dive was all to similar to my fist ever open water dive. Everything was strange and my movements were ...
... trees and there we sat and talked. There was little news to tell, so much of the conversation was "how are you doing?", with an acknowledgment that Chabelo was in fact still a political prisoner and living with great risks. Juana appeared with the baby, little "Ismaelito" (Melo's actual name is Ismael) and the chicken was brought out. Chabelo returned to the prison canteen and returned with some plastic plates, cups and cutlery and a bottle of Coca Cola. And once again, reminiscent ...
... it would be better in a smaller group, maybe just Kate and I. The next day I woke early again and went for two more dives. The weather was perfect so we were able to head to the Northern part of the island which is normally out of bounds. We did our first dive on this amazing reef wall which just suddenly drops. It hards to explain but its life a coral/rock cliff into a blue abyss. Amazing. En route to the second dive we saw some dolphins so I jumped in with flippers ...
... get the boat to utila causing us to get stuck in la ceiba for a night... Which then pushed out to two nights and a lot of movies. After 2 days of boredom we decided we couldn't take it anymore and began searching for cheap private boats that would take us across the gap regardless of the weather, after a lot of "it's too dangerous" we finally found someone willing to take us in the morning. At 8am 16 of us piled into a small uncomfortable boat that ...
... had a few beers (each for HNL 30) and I had even one drink (HNL 35). Rum is very cheap on the island so most of the times itīs better just to get a mixed drink. We also tried a typical Garifuna drink, Gifiti, which was on the house. Regarding the food we just had some fries as a snack since the prices of meals were a little bit high.
Day 1: November 18, 2014
We woke up late without the alarm clock and had a very relaxing and easy day. Tez was writing for most ...