Royal Playa Dive Resort
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... we weren't even at our hotel destination! Ugh. We had to drag our kayak boat across the shore to get back to our hotel. My thighs and shoulders were definitely feeling the burn.
A whole day was spent with laughs, fun, and friends. I couldn't have asked for a better vacation. We then left to go to our hotel's poolside around 5:30 PM. We spent a little bit of time there before we realized, it's time to get ready for dinner. We got ready, and thankfully Johny had a mutual ...
... a refreshing shower, I headed to a nearby "restaurant" next to Pulperia Elizabeth (one of the grocery stores). I got a chicken taco ($1) and splurged on a fried fish dish (a whopping $5). I swear the ladies must've been making and rolling the dough and doing everything from scratch because it took forever! I was getting attacked by these nats, or noseeums T.T apparently they leave you alone after 3 weeks.. So I'll just have to deal with them! Oh the ...
... Roatan isn't heavy on my wallet just yet. I met a couple divemasters hanging out at the bar, so that was pretty neat! After the karaoke night, we headed back to Sandy Bay for a bonfire! Some local kids had set it up earlier in the day (while also picking some bright yellow coconuts from our tree! They opened one for me, so I was happy), then we completed the bonfire and blazed it up! Bonfire on the beach, music, and rum-- a pretty nice way to wrap up my first day ...
... struggling trying to teach some of the other deaf in the territory. Now we see more interaction from the studies and appreciation for what they are learning.
Something else that I've used as a gauge for my personal signing improvement is the commenting of our deaf at the meetings. See, before we were having our private Congregation book study and Watchtower. Even though we shared the main hall, we asked our own questions and read our own paragraphs, but ...
... have to say? They wake up every morning in their "prime real state" home, just overlooking the ocean and coral reef, opening their window to the fresh breeze, or maybe looking out the back yard where banana trees and palm trees grow. Still, amidst this beauty, when we preach door to door we have to step through the garbage at the entrance of their broken down homes and listen as they tell us about their sicknesses, deceased sons and daughters, alcoholic parents ...