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... I didn't feel ill but if it had lasted much longer I think I would have! Sat outside for a bit and got soaked, but good fun, I enjoyed it. I was met at the port on Utila by Frankie, an instructor from the dive school who was from the UK. She took me in the school minibus up to the Mango Inn where I'm staying. She explained there were only two main roads on Utila, one followed the bay the other wound inland a little. Lots ...
... Sarah - you are fantastic!) So, to Maya, Frankie, Fernando, Declan and Sarah... Couldn't have enjoyed my learning more. To Matt and Spencer, best DM buddies ever! What's next for a certified Dive Master... Seems to me there's one path. Time to take my IDC... And where is that going to happen? UDC (i just have to go and make a bit of cash so i can come back - damn credit card debt!). With a dive education as wonderful as this i'd be stupid to go anywhere ...
... is by homicide rates per 100,000 people. Victoria’s homicide rate is at about 1.4 per 100,000 people per year. Honduras is up around 82.1. San Pedro Sula the city, is way up there at something ridiculous like 159.
Now homicide is as bad as it gets right? But it’s generally not something that includes a high number of tourists. The reason for this is that most if not just about all of violence is gang-centric. The high level of police corruption means that ...
... 2 to take us house hunting. First, we went to the Mazapan area where the school is located. The grounds were really nice, so we started to get it in our heads that weŽd like to live in one of the Dole-owned houses there. But they were all filled and they didn’t expect one to become available. We went to the office to meet the school admin staff and principal and then started our quest proper with Arturo.
House No. 1:
... and ended up home at 5:30 for a quick nap before packing.
So somehow we all managed to pack everything and get to the boat on time, we even had time to stop off at bushies to get more rum and coke as we were going on a booze cruise. We had charted a local 'cat' for the journey to the next caribbean island, Roatan. This was a 4hr journey, well we were all still drunk for the first hour of the boat ride, zac, ...
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