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... as long as possible to take in the sight. Speaking of big things, the count on Whale Shark sightings has been reset from two weeks ago to yesterday. It doesn't change anything in my plans though: there is no point in hanging around on the off chance of seeing them, it could be another two weeks before another sighting.
Back in town we showered, packed, grabbed some food and jumped on the boat back to the mainland. Like ...
... task is the snorkel challenge. The snorkel challenge consists of graduates having a scuba mask filled with beer and then required to snort all alcohol through their nose... The beer burns the eyes and the booze going down the wrong tubes almost always ends in someone spewing - we were not disappointed. After completing both my rescue diver course and my emergency first response course I was primed to get stuck into my dive master course. After a 3 hour long orientation ...
... and I went to university in the same place. We finished the class with some group selfies and they all followed us on the frontier twitter page. Today was out last day teaching as the schools are all finishing for a holiday. It's certainly been a mixed experience but very entertaining at times!
After we had finished school, Raphael took us for a tour of La Ceiba, we had a ...
... Sunjam – Becky and Rosa – for the last couple of days, before they headed off to El Salvador. As a very last minute change of heart, I decided that I’d join them instead of going straight to Nicaragua. I was meant to go to El Sal instead of Honduras, so going after Utila instead felt like a pretty good idea. Back to 2012’s ‘Most Dangerous City in the World’ then to get our next bus, but this time we have to actually stay ...
... and pay an entrance fee. We had not exchanged any money for the Honduran Lempiras yet and this young man took what little Guatemalan money we had left and negotiated a fair exchange rate with a man standing nearby. It's no secret that border crossings are not good places to exchange money as you usually get ripped off. Anyhow, we literally had just enough Guatemalan quetzales to exchange into Honduran Lempiras ...