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Today we feel super cool because now we are "advanced" which is way better than just open water divers. We woke up at 9am which was such a nice sleep in and then went to this amazing coffee shop for breakfast. Ronni and Mitch eventually met us three! Anthony facetimed his family for a bit. We then met up with our instructor, Luca to start out advanced. We did some paperwork and then he gave us a booklet to complete over the next couple of days. I was doing it ...
... splitting up and doing different things for their play day. One group was going parasailing...something I had decided I wanted to try so there
I was with my $65 down at the dock for 8 am, along with Tish and others. So fun! A great boat with a kick ass sound system. I went up with Tish so we swung around up there together, looking at the coast of the island. Saturday Suzanne joined us for a music festival held on the property of a ...
... receipt that we will try at home. The ereba is high in starch and can also be used to starch clothing. The final station sold small souvenirs that undoubtedly some tourist would need to bring away to remember their visit of the Garifunia. We settle for just are memories and plenty of photos to supplement our memory of these people on the island of Roatan.
Our journey across the island of Roatan was to soon over. The day's temperature and skys were what ...
... 8217;ve barely been able to purchase more than a couple meals a day anyway. Yesterday’s tuna (at a different place) was so delicious (and unlike tuna I am familiar with) I had to go with it again.
Another thing: spear fishing. While diving we ran into some other divers holding what looked like 3-prong forks (mini tridents I guess). I’m not sure what they were fishing for but I am now interested in trying it! The only way to eat ...
With our comedic fill for the day, we thanked Eduardo for his ever so enlightening recollection of Mayan history from the movies and walked back into town.
That evening we all had dinner together and set about to plan what was next on the cards. Rach and I were planning to head to Gracias which was a small town in the ...