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... last.... I'm not even angry, I'm impressed. Anzac Day came about and took me to skid row to watch the Essendon vs Collingwood afl clash.. Unfortunately TV's were limited and I was unable to watch the entire event but apparently that was for the best. Although we are very behind schedule a dawn dive is organised for Thursday morning which was meant to be for the Anzacs. This however clashes awfully nicely with my ...
... church and the traditional mass began. It was not a large attendance but the participation was warm and enthusiastic. Shortly after 10 am we were heading off to Mezapita which was surprisingly much larger than the older town of Mezapa and more developed. We found the church easily and were enthusiastically greeted by a group of people. The church, much larger than the one in Mezapa, was packed and the singing led by a young choral group was almost raucous, maybe evangelical ...
... to wake up 5am the following morning was not ideal especially as when we got to the port for the 6.20am boat only to find out that the boat was broken!! We all slept in the waiting room for about two hours to see if the boat could be fixed, obviously this didn't happen! We had our fingers crossed for the 2pm boat and started heading back to our hostel! I stopped to get a drink from the supermarket and just so happens that everyone waited ...
... of El Porvenir. Chabelo was waiting for us and with him was his brother Merlin and Greg McCoin, the American who lives with Chabelo's mother in the community of Guadalupe Carney. Very quickly the journalist began a lengthy interview with Omar who outlined the legal process against Chabelo and the numerous irregularities and procedural illegalities in the court process. The end result is that Chabelo was condemned to 17 years prison (in the second trial) in a process that is ...
We spent a week on the Bay Island of Utila, a little island of 2000 people with one main road of bars, shops restaurants and of course heaps of dive shops! We took a 16 hour shuttle to get here from Leon in Nicaragua. As horrible as it sounds, it wasn't so bad as it was just us and one other girl, so we could really stretch out! Immigration was a dream too, at 4 in the morning it was pretty quiet! To get to Utila you need to get on a reasonable size ...